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  • VOTRE PROFIL Formation : Ingénieur(e) agroalimentaire ou agronome Expérience : Expérience professionnelle de 2 ans minimum Encadrement d’équipe multiculturelle et accompagnement de partenaires variés Expérience dans des pays émergents et si possible en Afrique subsaharienne Compétences attendues : Compétences techniques confirmées en agroalimentaire Gestion d’un centre de profit Capacités managériales Capacités à mobiliser et fédérer un réseau Compétences en suivi budgétaire et contrôle financier Qualités personnelles : Fibre entrepreneuriale Goût pour le terrain, capacité à vivre en zone rurale Ecoute, bon relationnel, diplomatie Capacités de représentation Adhésion aux valeurs de l’IECD : un regard sur la personne, l’esprit de service, un engagement professionnel.

Job Description:

  • Closing date August 29, 2020 VOTRE MISSION 1/ Créer, gérer et développer une entreprise agroalimentaire à vocation sociale 1.1 Gestion du centre Garantir le bon fonctionnement du centre et des équipements et coordonner les activités de production Définir les priorités d’investissements et piloter les achats et travaux. 1.2 Développer une offre de services au Centre TRANSFORM Réaliser une étude de faisabilité technico-économique sur la mise en place de services rémunérateurs au centre TRANSFORM Formaliser l’offre de services et identifier des clients potentiels 1.3 Piloter la R&D et l’innovation produit Réaliser une étude bibliographique sur les méthodes de production et les technologies envisagées de produits choisis auprès d’entrepreneurs accompagnés par le programme TRANSFORM Effectuer les formulations de recettes et mettre en place un plan d’expérience Mettre en place un protocole d’analyse sensorielle adapté à chaque produit Réaliser des tests de production et des préséries Préparer et mettre en œuvre le lancement et la distribution de produits alimentaires transformés** 1.4 Assurer la création de l’entreprise TRANSFORM Elaborer un business plan et contribuer à la création de l’entreprise sociale Assurer la gestion et le suivi de l’entreprise : stratégie, opérations, gestion administrative et financière 2/ Appuyer les activités agricoles En lien avec le formateur agricole TRANSFORM, garantir le bon déroulement des accompagnements techniques destinés aux agriculteurs Assurer le relais local des activités agricoles supervisées par le chargé de projet production Aponh, basé à Dschang : En étroite relation avec l’équipe Aponh*, mettre en place une stratégie de structuration de groupements de producteurs entre Mélong et Njombé ; assurer la bonne coordination entre l’activité de commercialisation de produits agricoles gérée par la Sofrulecam et les activités agricoles du projet TRANSFORM, en vue de développer de nouveaux débouchés plus stables et rémunérateurs pour les agriculteurs. *APONH : projet de l’IECD ayant pour objectif de contribuer à l’amélioration des conditions de vie des producteurs agricoles des régions de l’Ouest et du Littoral Camerounais. Il permet l’accompagnement d’un bassin de producteurs maraichers et assure la distribution de fruits et légumes, en circuit court, par le biais d’une entreprise sociale : la Sofrulecam. 3/ Participer à l’accompagnement d’entrepreneurs de TPE/PME agroalimentaires Sous la responsabilité du chargé de projet PME agroalimentaires, basé à Douala : Participer aux visites diagnostiques et à l’élaboration des plans d’action pour l’accompagnement des PME bénéficiaires Accompagner les entrepreneurs dans la réalisation de tests de production et dans le développement de produits innovants en lien avec le coach agroalimentaire Accompagner les entrepreneurs dans l’organisation de leur espace de production Appuyer le coach agroalimentaire dans l’amélioration continue de ses pratiques 4/ Gestion des Ressources Humaines (équipe de 4 personnes) Superviser l’équipe dans la mise en œuvre des projets, les accompagner dans leur développement et favoriser leur montée en compétences Fixer les objectifs, manager et évaluer ses collaborateurs conformément aux procédures RH Assurer le suivi administratif RH (contrats, congés, etc.) en collaboration avec le service administratif et financier Animer la dynamique d’équipe et favoriser la communication interne et transversale 5/ Suivi du budget et des procédures, reporting Sur son périmètre : Assurer le suivi financier et budgétaire des projets Garantir la bonne application des procédures de l’IECD et des différents partenaires financiers Assurer la bonne tenue des outils de suivi financiers et opérationnels Contrôler et suivre les objectifs et résultats fixés avec les différents partenaires Assurer le reporting narratif et financier des projets (interne & externe) En appui : Accompagner le chargé de projet PME agroalimentaires (budget, mesures d’impact, reporting) 6/ Relations partenariales Développer une vision du secteur agroalimentaire et du développement rural au Cameroun Participer à la conception et la présentation d’offres techniques et financières en lien avec les activités du projet Animer les relations partenariales existantes (secteurs public et privé) et identifier de nouveaux partenaires potentiels (entreprises, institutionnels, associations locales…) et des opportunités de nouveaux projets. Participer à la levée de fonds locale et internationale pour les projets En fonction des besoins et des développements, vous pourrez contribuer à d’autres activités en lien avec les activités entrepreneuriales et agroalimentaires des projets de l’IECD Cameroun. CONDITIONS DE LA MISSION VSI Statut : Contrat de droit français, Volontariat de Solidarité Internationale (VSI) - formation préalable au départ** Dates et durée : deux ans, renouvelables. A partir de Septembre 2020 Sous la responsabilité : du Responsable des opérations IECD Cameroun, basé à Douala** En collaboration étroite avec : Le Délégué de l’IECD au Cameroun (Yaoundé) Le Responsable du programme Développement Rural (France) Le Chargé de projet PME agroalimentaires au Cameroun (Douala) L’équipe du projet Aponh au Cameroun (Dschang-Njombé-Douala) Le pôle Entrepreneuriat (France) Le projet TRANSFORM Côte d’Ivoire Localisation : Njombé (à 1h30 de Douala, au Cameroun). Mobilité géographique occasionnelle au sein du pays. Conditions contractuelles : Rémunération selon profil + maison fournie et meublée par l’IECD à Njombé Mise à disposition d’une voiture de service avec tolérance pour usage personnel Un billet A/R par année de mission Pack médical et social complet Congés payés de 2 jours par mois + jours fériés locaux How to Apply https://carriere.iecd.org/fr/annonce/957655-charge-de-projet-agroalimentaire-hf-cameroun

Employer : UN JOBS

Location : www.unjobs.org

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Requirements Minimum Agricultural engineer degree ( Ingénieur Agronome ); 5 years post-secondary); A minimum of three years' experience in implementing agronomy and seed-systems related interventions. Fluent in French and good working knowledge of English required. Technical knowledge of potato agronomy and pathology. Ability to work in an international agricultural research centre, interacting with its staff and partners in a variety of institutional and ecological settings. Proven experience with working independently in the field with farmers, farmer groups and extension workers. Demonstrated expertise to design and carry out agronomic activities. Proven experience in preparation and timely submission of publications (reports, training manuals, extension documents, etc.). Excellent French-English communication skills. Good computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Statistical analysis software, Web browsers, Smart-phone applications). Willingness to travel frequently and work under field condition

Job Description:

  • Job Description The Potato Specialist will be responsible for coordinating and managing field work and training with partners in the Potato Development Value Chain project in the Adamawa region, Cameroon. The position will be based in Ngaoundéré with frequent travel to the field. The Potato Specialist will report to the Principal Investigator (PI) of the project based in Yaoundé, while also coordinating responsibilities and activities with the project team across intervention areas. The Potato Specialist will act as field coordinator to (i) implement field and training activities to strengthen farmers' seed and ware potato production capacities in Adamawa, and (ii) coordinate agronomic activities across the project. The Potato Specialist will be responsible for coordinating the trialling of innovative and agro-ecological farming methods, such as new disease resistant and high yielding varieties, high quality seed, small-scale mechanization, integrated pest and disease management, and innovative irrigation methods with support from the project PI and project team, and in direct collaboration with project partners. The principal responsibility of the position is to undertake capacity building of trainers, farmers and extension staff. In follow-up to the training of trainers, the Potato Specialist will oversee the training of farmers through the implementation of Farmer Field School (FFS) and Farmer Run Field School (FRFS) systems with innovation farms and demonstration plots in close collaboration with the partners' regional coordinators and extension staff. Key responsibilities: Manage day-to-day partnerships with the participating Agricultural Training Centres, Regional Coordinators of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and Farmer Cooperatives. Coordinate and support planning and delivery of capacity building for ware potato production and seed multiplication programs with focus on community-based lead farmers, extension, and agro-dealers. Participate in identification, designing, monitoring and evaluation of potato innovation farms. Coordinate and monitor demonstration and training sites managed by training centres. Provide training of trainers and supervision to assure quality of FFS and FRFS. Support extension to document and collect data from demonstration plots to inform and improve delivery of project interventions. Support field work of consultants. Oversee the implementation of innovative agronomic practices through on-farm trials across the project. Work closely with the monitoring and evaluation team to coordinate, plan and execute monitoring and evaluation activities. Support seed system development. Support the participatory variety evaluation and release. Backstop the multiplication and distribution of newly released varieties. Develop and maintain good working relationship with stakeholders. Write project reports and other publications. Develop training tools and other communication materials. Perform any other duty as assigned by the PI. Interested candidates should apply via the following link, https://unjobs.org/vacancies/1591907662360

Employer : UN JOBS

Location : www.unjobs.org

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Requirements Master's degree in Agricultural Economics, Agricultural and Applied Economics, Monitoring and Evaluation, or related field. Degree in other social science with strong quantitative skills will be considered. Additional training in M&E methodologies and quantitative and qualitative assessment methods. Minimum of two years' experience working in a related position in an international research or development organization. Direct experience in designing and implementing project M&E systems from project initiation to close out stages. M&E experience with GIZ project an asset. Very strong skills in statistical analysis, sampling methodology, and data collection and analysis. Very strong French and English (oral and written) communication skills required. Good computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Statistical analysis software, Web browsers, Smart-phone applications). Willingness to spend considerable time working under field conditions in rural Cameroon.

Job Description:

  • ob Description The Potato MEL Specialist will be responsible for coordinating the monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) and training activities in the North-West, West and Adamawa regions, Cameroon. The position will be based in Yaoundé with frequent travel to the field. The Potato MEL Specialist will report to the Principal Investigator (PI) of the project based in Yaoundé, while also coordinating responsibilities and activities with the project team across intervention areas. The Potato MEL Specialist will (i) design and implement a M&E system; (ii) coordinate three-level training (Training-of-trainers, Farmer-Field Schools, and Farmer-Run Field Schools) in the three project regions; and (iii) manage the knowledge sharing and communication. Key responsibilities: Develop appropriate tools for the overall project M&E. Implement the M&E plan in close collaboration with the partners, including the GIZ-ProCISA M&E team and participating training centers. Collect and analyze progress data against baseline situation and of performance indicator targets through monitoring surveys of a carefully selected panel of farmers to closely document changes in productivity and gross margin. Oversee the training across the project areas: training of trainers (ToT), Farmer Field Schools (FFS) and Farmer-Run Field Schools (FRFS). Train project partners on the M&E system, in particular the use of data forms and reporting formats and provide ongoing coaching support through regular site monitoring visits for quality control and timely problem solving. Liaise with project regional teams and implementing partners to document and report qualitative and quantitative data to measure gendered and youth-driven impacts. Participate in internal and external M&E and training meetings and other project-related activities. Document the adoption of good agricultural practices and other cross-cutting themes. Document the lessons learned and implementation issues. Support field work of consultants and students for M&E related studies. Develop and maintain good working relationship with stakeholders. Write various project documents: proposals, reports, publications, etc. Coordinate the development of training tools and other knowledge sharing and communication materials. Perform any other duty as assigned by the PI. Interested candidates should apply via the web link https://unjobs.org/vacancies/1591907693515

Employer : UN JOBS

Location : www.unjobs.org

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Profil Age / Genre : Non spécifié Formations : Avoir un diplôme de technicien supérieur d’agriculture (Bac+2 minimum), ou un diplôme équivalent ; Expériences recherchées : Avoir au minimum de 1 an dans un poste similaire ; Expérience avec une ONG et/ou une Agence internationale est un atout ; Expérience en gestion d’équipe ; Connaissance de la langue Fulfulde ou l’arabe est un atout ; Permis de conduire catégorie A est indispensable. Compétences et connaissances impératives : Connaissance des problématiques liées aux causes sous-jacentes de l’insécurité alimentaire ; Expérience/formation en techniques d’animation et de gestion des activités individuelles et collectives ; Compétence pédagogique et expérience en renforcement de capacité individuelle et organisationnelle ; Connaissance du Mouvement Croix Rouge ; Connaissance de l’outil informatique ; Maitrise du Français parlé et écrit ; Bonne capacités organisationnelles ; Bonne capacité de communication ; Bonne capacité rédactionnelle ; Grande résistance au stress de la vie en milieu rural ; Patience, flexibilité et adaptabilité ; Disposé à de nombreux déplacements sur le terrain ; Discrétion.

Job Description:

  • Présentation de l’entreprise La Croix-Rouge française (CRf) et la Croix-Rouge Camerounaise (CRC) sont des associations humanitaires, auxiliaires des pouvoirs publics, qui apportent aide et assistance aux personnes vulnérables. Depuis 2010, la Croix-Rouge française (CRf) est présente au Cameroun et intervient dans les domaines de la santé, de la nutrition et de la sécurité alimentaire et moyens d’existence (SAME) dans les régions de l’Est et de l’Extrême-Nord. Contexte du recrutement Remplacement de la personne qui était sur le poste. Fait partie de l’équipe programme de la sous-délégation base de Kousséri. Présentation du poste I - Objectif / Résumé du poste Sous la responsabilité des assistants programme, le (la) field officer doit apporter un support technique et un accompagnement régulier aux bénéficiaires du projet au niveau communautaire avec l’appui des volontaires de la CRC. II - Responsabilités Contribue à la planification, la mise en œuvre et l’encadrement technique du projet ; Suivi évaluation des activités du projet ; Communication interne et externe sur les activités du projet ; Gestion d’une équipe de volontaires CRC ; Reporting et capitalisation des activités du projet Représentation de l’organisation III - Description des tâches 1. Contribue à la planification, la mise en œuvre, et l’encadrement technique du projet Contribue à la planification et la supervision de toutes les activités du projet en étroite collaboration avec les assistants du projet ; Contribue à la formation des volontaires et des bénéficiaires ; Assure le suivi et la supervision des volontaires ; Identifie les besoins en formation des communautés en collaboration avec les assistants du projet selon le type d’activité ; Assure l’encadrement et l’accompagnement organisationnel des bénéficiaires sur le terrain ; Appuie les bénéficiaires dans la mise en œuvre de leurs activités et l’utilisation des outils et biens qui sont remis aux bénéficiaires par le projet ; Présente le projet aux bénéficiaires comme aux instances institutionnelles et techniques à l'occasion de visites. 2. Suivi-évaluation des activités du projet Participe à l’élaboration des termes de références et de la méthodologie des diverses enquêtes (baseline, en cours de projet, en fin de projet : SCA, CSI, PHM, PDM, etc.) ; Participe activement à l’organisation, la mise en œuvre, le suivi des enquêtes d’impact du projet et à la rédaction des rapports d’enquêtes ; Participe à la conception des outils de suivi des activités du projet, et à la planification de leur utilisation sur le terrain ; Réalise des visites de terrain dans tous les villages sous sa responsabilité pour assurer un suivi régulier de toutes les activités du projet selon un chronogramme validé par sa hiérarchie ; 3. Communication interne et externe sur les activités Participe activement aux réunions de coordination internes à l’équipe du projet ; Transmet et informe à temps les données et information à sa disposition ; Entretien le lien avec les autorités locales et les bénéficiaires des activités, et s’assure de leur bonne compréhension des informations qui leur sont transmises ; Développe et maintien un réseau de contacts locaux ; Diffuse les informations auprès des différents intervenants concernés par le projet ; Participe aux réunions de concertation technique avec les partenaires et les autorités au niveau local. Contribue à la bonne communication interne (écrite et orale) sur les activités du projet dont il est responsable, au sein de l’équipe du projet et au sein de la sous-délégation. 4. Gestion d’une équipe de volontaires Participe au processus d’identification des volontaires ainsi que de leur encadrement ; Assure le suivi et la supervision des volontaires en charge des activités : planning d’activité, tenue de réunions de restitution, gestion du stress émotionnel des volontaires, …etc. ; S’assure de la bonne exécution des activités par les volontaires ; Identifie les dysfonctionnements et est à l’écoute des volontaires pour des besoins d’intervention de façon à proposer des solutions adéquates aux problèmes rencontrés avec leur collaboration et participation. 5. Redevabilité et capitalisation des activités du projet Compile les informations collectées via les outils de suivi, rédige la synthèse et la transmet à sa hiérarchie à la fréquence définie conjointement ; Rédige et soumet le rapport mensuel narratif ; Capitalise et harmonise les expériences du projet et les difficultés durant la mise en œuvre du projet. 6. Représentation de l’organisation auprès des partenaires Se fait le porte-parole du projet auprès des autorités locales et administratives sur le terrain ; Représente l’organisation auprès des bénéficiaires ; Présente le projet et assure le lien avec les différents partenaires locaux ; S’assure qu’une bonne relation est établie et se maintient entre l’équipe des volontaires et la population dans la zone du projet ; Contribue à de bonnes relations de travail et de partenariat avec les personnels du mouvement Croix-Rouge, des différents ministères impliqués et des autres acteurs humanitaires. Processus de recrutement Les dossiers de candidatures devront contenir Un Curriculum Vitae actualisé ; Une lettre de motivation ; Une photocopie du diplôme/équivalent requis ; Une photocopie de la carte d’identité nationale ; Deux références pouvant être contactées ; Le dossier de candidature peut être déposé, sous plis fermés qui reprend l’intitulé du poste et la localisation, aux adresses suivantes: Maroua : Sous-Délégation de la Croix-Rouge française et être remis aux gardiens au bureau situés au quartier Pitoaré, à côté de la DRSP (délégation Régionale de la Santé Publique), bâtiment C4/IRD/CRF ; Yaoundé : Délégation Croix-Rouge française 2005 rue Henri Dunant BP 631 YAOUNDE ; Batouri : Ancien bureau de Première Urgence ; Kousséri : Croix-Rouge française, quartier Résidentiel à 500m des bureaux du CICR Ou envoyé à l’adresse : recruitcrfyaounde@gmail.com Le recrutement étant en urgence, la sélection et la validation se feront au fur et à mesure de la réception des candidatures. Les dossiers devront être adressés à M. le Chef de Délégation de la Croix-Rouge française. Au vu, du nombre de dossiers que nous recevons, nous sommes dans l’incapacité de répondre individuellement à chacun. Donc si sous 15 jours vous n’avez pas de nouvelles de notre part, veuillez considérer que votre candidature n’a pas été retenue. Les candidats présélectionnés sur dossier seront convoqués eux pour un test écrit dans les locaux de la CRF. Les dossiers non sélectionnés ne seront pas retournés aux candidats.

Employer : CAMEROONJOBS.NET

Location : www.cameroonjobs.net

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Type de contrat: CDI Niveau d’étude: BAC +2 Expérience : Pas nécessaire

Job Description:

  • FARM INDUSTRY est une entreprise africaine qui fait dans la production, la transformation, et la commercialisation des produits de l’agriculture et de l’élevage BIO, sain et de qualité, à bon prix. Nous recherchons dans le cadre du lancement de la première phase de nos activités un technicien agronome pouvant accompagner l’entreprise dans l’obtention des produits répondant aux critères suscités. MISSIONS : S’assurer de la présence effective des documents liés à la production des espèces animales et végétales. Monter les business plans pour toutes les spéculations de FARM INDUSTRY Avoir une bonne maitrise de la production animale et végétale. Accompagner l’entreprise dans l’achat des produits agricoles de qualité Est le consultant de l’entreprise auprès des producteurs associés. Est responsable de tous les sites de production de l’entreprise. Assister l’entreprise dans le choix des partenaires agricoles. Faire un rapport quotidien de toutes ses activités et les suivre SAVOIR ETRE ET SAVOIR FAIRE : Maitrise de la production animale et végétale Rigoureux, organisé et réactif Agir de manière prompte et réfléchit face à chaque situation Souci du détail: Porter une attention particulière aux détails lors de l’exécution des tâches Fiabilité: Etre digne de confiance, fiable et responsable envers ses obligations Pensée analytique: Analyser l’information et utiliser la logique afin de résoudre les différents problèmes et difficultés. “Constater c’est bien, mais constater puis agir fait avancer”. Initiatives: Volonté de prendre en charge de nouvelles responsabilités et de nouveaux défis non passivité, toujours avoir le réflexe de l’action et de “faire bouger les choses”. Accomplissement/Effort Etre en mesure d’établir et de maintenir des défis et objectifs personnels ainsi qu’exercer des efforts constants lors de l’accomplissement des tâches Agir, suivre et persévérer jusqu’atteinte de l’objectif. Respecter les délais: “Finir c’est bien, mais finir à temps c’est toujours mieux”. Avoir l’esprit d’équipe: Agir seul c’est bien, mais agir en groupe c’est aller loin”... Honnête Capacité d’auto-formation et de formateur Passion pour la quête de nouveaux outils et procédures plus performantes et efficaces Sens de la responsabilité Sérénité et confiance en soi dans les actions et les choix Sens de la discipline et du respect des procédures et méthodes Travail orienté résultat Travail sous pression Habilité à chercher, trouver et implémenter les réponses aux problèmes d’agronomie lorsqu’ils surviennent. Être un modèle de conduite d’éthique et d’esprit de groupe. Habilité à prendre des décisions logiques et raisonnables. CONDITIONS : Type de contrat: CDI Niveau d’étude: BAC +2 Expérience : Pas nécessaire DOSSIER DE CANDIDATURE EN FORMAT PDF EN FRANÇAIS ET EN ANGLAIS CV (nommé avec le nom du candidat suivi du type de document, ex : NOM Prénom-CV) Lettre de motivation (nommé : NOM Prénom-LM) Copie des diplômes à partir du baccalauréat (nommé : NOM Prénom-Baccalauréat, etc.) Le dossier de candidature est à adresser par e-mail à : info@farmindustry.org avec en objet : « Recrutement TECHNICIEN AGRONOME» Clôture des candidatures : 16/05/2020. NB : Un dossier incomplet ou comportant des pièces mal nommées ne sera pas examiné.

Employer : CAMEROONJOBS.NET

Location : www.cameroonjobs.net

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • CANDIDATES WILL BE ASSESSED AGAINST THE FOLLOWING Minimum Requirements National of Cameroon; Advanced university degree in development economics, fisheries economics or marine affairs with a specialization in fisheries, aquaculture or natural resource management and/or governance environmental policy or other field related to fisheries; Five years of relevant experience in fisheries and aquaculture development, trade, fishery products safety and quality, value chain development, field of statistics and data management of fisheries, or related field; Working knowledge of English and limited knowledge of French; Working knowledge of the local language (if not English or French). Competencies Results Focus Teamwork Communication Building Effective Relationships Knowledge Sharing and Continuous Improvement Technical/Functional Skills Work experience in more than one location or area of work, particularly in field positions is desirable Extent and relevance of experience in practical sustainable value chain development, technical cooperation-related activities, policy advice and analysis relating to food and nutrition security, fisheries and aquaculture, agriculture and rural development, monitoring and evaluation of policies and programmes and/or providing technical support and advice on institutional capacity building processes; Extent and relevance of experience in establishing and maintaining partnerships with UN agencies, NGOs as well as donors, private sector, universities, research institutions and government institutions and agencies; Depth of familiarity with fisheries and aquaculture sector in developing countries, and extent and relevance of experience in programme/project management, value chain analysis, sustainable fisheries and aquaculture management; Extent and relevance of experience in project coordination and an understanding of the purpose and functions of technical programmes, operational guidelines and programme/project management procedures, preferably those adopted by the United Nations or FAO would be considered an asset; Extent and relevance of experience in editing and publishing communication products related to fisheries and/or value chain activities; Working knowledge of both English and French is considered a strong asset.

Job Description:

  • The length of appointment for internal FAO candidates will be established in accordance with applicable policies pertaining to the extension of appointments • FAO is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender and nationality • People with disabilities are protected from any type of discrimination during any stage of employment, including the recruitment phase • All applications will be treated with the strictest confidentiality • The incumbent may be re-assigned to different activities and/or duty stations depending on the evolving needs of the Organization Organizational Setting The main aim of FAO country offices, which are headed by FAO Representatives, is to assist governments in developing policies, programmes and projects that achieve food security and reduce hunger and malnutrition; develop agricultural, fisheries and forestry sectors; and ensure the utilization of environmental and natural resources in a sustainable manner. The post is located in the FAO Representation in Cameroon. Reporting Lines The National Professional Officer reports to the Representative under the technical guidance of the Chief Technical Adviser (CTA) for the 'Sustainable Development of Fisheries and Aquaculture Value Chains in ACP Countries' project (FISH4ACP). Technical Focus Programme development, technical support, coordination and operational assistance, outreach and reporting to partners based on the knowledge of the local conditions, culture, language and institutions of the country of assignment. Key Results Research, technical analysis, and project related services to support the delivery of programme projects, products, and services. Key Functions Researches and analyses technical, social, economic, environmental, institutional, and technology related information, data and statistics and/or related policy issues to support the delivery of programme projects, products and services; Produces a variety of technical information, data, statistics and reports as well as input for technical documents and web pages; Provides technical support/analysis to various assessments, studies and initiatives and provides technical backstopping to field projects; Collaborates in the development of improved/updated tools, systems, processes, and databases; Participates in multidisciplinary teams, and/or leads working groups/teams collaborates with other departments and agencies on work groups and committees and promotes best practices; Collaborates in, provides technical backstopping to and ensures the quality/effectiveness of capacity development activities within member countries such as policy support, organizational development and individual learning events including preparation of related information, learning materials, online tools; Promotes knowledge sharing and best practices at international meetings and conferences and influences partners in stakeholder consultations; Supports resource mobilization activities in accordance with the FAO Corporate strategy. Specific Functions Acts as the Secretary to the FISH4ACP Value Chain Task Force (VC-TF) and organizes meetings and plans agendas. Prepares reports every six months for submission to the Project Management Unit (PMU), which will include information on results achieved, constraints and possible solutions, impact evaluation, as well as administrative and financial updates; Prepares and executes the FISH4ACP annual country level work plan and budget and oversees the preparation of the country level value chain work plan and budget; Develops and maintains partnerships with country and regional stakeholders who can contribute to achieving FISH4ACP value chain objectives; Collaborates closely with consultants (national and international) responsible for value chain project tasks and ensures the implementation of a sustainable systems-based value chain approach; Coordinates, collates and analyses quarterly value chain progress reports from the value chain task forces to gauge the impact of FISH4ACP interventions; Coordinates the knowledge sharing emerging from the value chain to ensure information is widely disseminated within the FISH4ACP project and externally; Oversees development and implementation of the FISH4ACP communication strategy at country level; Supports and monitors the value chain analysis (VCA) in the first year and the value chain development activities in years two through five of the project, facilitating linkages between stakeholders, including the formation of the VCA teams and value chain task forces, and the organization of value chain stakeholder workshops; Contributes to the data collection and analysis, as well as report-writing (as applicable), with a main focus on the strategy and implementation sections; Leads the regular monitoring and evaluation (M-E) of the programme, at country level, throughout the project duration, including the selection of value chain-specific indicators, as well as the regular reporting of progress to the CTA; Performs other duties as required. Please note that all candidates should adhere to FAO Values of Commitment to FAO, Respect for All and Integrity and Transparency. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ GENERAL INFORMATION • Staff members in this category are recruited locally and paid according to a local salary scale. Salary scales are reviewed periodically on the basis of comprehensive surveys of the best prevailing conditions of employment in the locality. • FAO reserves the right not to make an appointment, to make an appointment at a lower grade, or to make an appointment with a modified job description. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ CONDITIONS OF SERVICE A competitive compensation and benefits package is offered. For information on UN salaries, allowances and benefits, click on the following link: https://icsc.un.org/Resources/SAD/Booklets/sabeng.pdf FAO encourages a positive workplace culture to increase inclusivity and diversity within its workforce. FAO applies measures in which all staff members contribute equally and in full to the work and development of the Organization. This includes: • elements of family-friendly policies • flexible working arrangements • standards of conduct ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ HOW TO APPLY • To apply, visit the recruitment website at Jobs at FAO and complete your online profile. We strongly recommend that your profile is accurate, complete and includes your employment records, academic qualifications and language skills; • Candidates are requested to attach a letter of motivation to the online profile; • Once your profile is completed, please apply and submit your application; • Your application will be screened based on the information provided on your online profile; • Please note that FAO will only consider academic credentials or degrees obtained from an educational institution recognized in the IAU/UNESCO list; • Candidates may be requested to provide performance assessments and authorization to conduct verification checks of past and present work, character, education, military and police records to ascertain any and all information which may be pertinent to the employment qualifications; • Incomplete applications will not be considered; • Only applications received through the FAO recruitment portal will be considered; • We encourage applicants to submit the application well before the deadline date. If you need help, or have queries, please contact: Careers@fao.org

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Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Qualifications Tertiary level qualification (at least Bachelor + 2/3 years) in a relevant field like agronomy, natural resources, forestry, rural development, sociology and/or economy or related. Minimum 3 years experience working with smallholder producers and/or producer groups and/or community-based organizations. Experience in a forest area is an advantage Minimum 2 years working experience in the cocoa sector is desirable Knowledge of Certification Programs and their requirements - especially UTZ and/or Rainforest Alliance is desirable. Ability to develop and maintain strong relationships of trust and confidence with members and local stakeholders, including ability to adapt appropriately to different local cultures, and social contexts Ability to work independently, under pressure and stay focused. Ability to analyze and interpret data and information from multiple sources and identify action focused recommendations Ability to write clear reports and presentations Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook; familiar with the use of IT technologies and/or various farm management and landscape management applications. Ability to use GPS and GIS software Both written and verbal fluency in French and English is preferred. Ability to spend significant time in rural areas and travel frequently to producer groups locally and nationally (a minimum of 70% field-based work per year). Strong personal ethics and integrity and commitment to uphold the rules and values of the Rainforest Alliance is essential.

Job Description:

  • As Rainforest Alliance we believe in the value of data collected at field and company level. With the increasing update of technologies, the amount of data produced will lead to an exponential amount and growth of available information. Unlocking the value of the information and linking it to informed decision-making will enable our organization in reaching the goal of a world where human and nature thrive in harmony. As our Senior Data Officer, you will play a key role in achieving our data strategy by assuring that our key data assets are properly managed and of consistent quality. You will be primarily responsible for assuring the validity and consistency of data created and used by Rainforest Alliance in general and the certification program in particular. You will ensure that the relevant staff is trained to detect data quality issues and that there's a process in place to resolve them in time and efficiently. You will be responsible for the implementation and maintenance of the Rainforest Alliance Data Quality Framework. You will act as a linking pin between Business and IT and consequently you will work closely together with Business users, Data & Process Owners, Application Managers, IT Architects, Data Engineers and Data Stewards. The position is placed in the self-organizing Business Intelligence unit of the Farm & Supply Chain department that supports RA's certification and market programs. It will be an integral part of the cross-departmental Data Excellence team. Responsibilities Member Monitoring Conduct regular visits to Certificate Holders (Members) to monitor progress on the implementation of improvement recommendations to close Non Conformities identified in Audit reports Analyze information collected during field visits to Identify deviations and ongoing risks in members' implementation of improvements Identify members' needs for further training and support Identify observations that are inconsistent with the finding of Audit reports and signal the need for further investigation Provide regular reports, including through IT based reporting methods and providing related documents and photographs, on each visit. Schedule and implement regular follow-up visits based on the progress and needs of individual members Support Certificate Holders in the development of their geolocation and farms mapping strategy Collaborate with the Country Team, Standard & Assurance department and any other relevant departments to ensure the quality of implementation of Rainforest Alliance/UTZ rules and standards and certification procedures and processes Collaborate with the Country Team, Standard & Assurance department, Reimagining Certification teams and any other relevant departments to propose, design and implement improvements to the certification process and assurance system, and to support the rollout of the new standard and its related procedures. General Develop strong trust relationships with members Represent Rainforest Alliance at the local level as required at relevant meetings and events with members and Certification Bodies; Maintain contact and/or develop relationship locally with authorities (local administration offices and local regulation boards offices) and partners; and Report regularly on interesting stories (successes and achievements, challenges and actions taken). Report regularly on Key Performances Indicators defined together with the management; Propose areas of improvement of RA's assurance strategy, workplan and tools Perform any other duties as required Only candidates authorized to work in Cameroon will be considered for the position. Deadline to Apply: March 31st, 2020 Commitment Full-time Apply for position now First name Last name Address Country Current company Current title Email Phone Resume / CV iCloud files currently not available Cover letter When would you be available to start a new job? 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Employer : CAMEROONJOBS.NET

Location : www.cameroonjobs.net

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Required Skills and Experience Educational background: Master in land-use planning, agronomy, forestry, economic development, natural resources management or social sciences; Professional experience: Demonstrated experience of at least 7 years in the fields of land-use planning, natural resource management and climate change in Central Africa; Strong and accurate knowledge of Cameroon and its strategic documents: its sectoral policies in the field of land use and land management, its institutions and line ministries with a demonstrated ability to liaise with them, the ongoing projects and programs in the field of land use, forestry, conservation, its financial and technical partners and their respective portfolio; Relevant and proven professional experience in conducting multi-sectoral policy dialogues and in conducting development planning processes; Strong knowledge of CAFI ToRs, results frameworks, programming modalities and pipeline of projects; Demonstrated experience in working with international institutions and governments; Language requirement: Fluency in English and French is required. Duration & location The consultancy is for 30 workdays. It will be home-based with at least two missions to Yaoundé, where the consultant will be based in GIZ’s PROFE Program. A detailed work plan will be discussed and agreed upon with the CAFI Secretariat. Mission travel will be administered and processed separately in accordance with UNDP travel policies and procedures. Reporting and Schedule of Payments The consultant will report to the Head of the CAFI Secretariat and will work closely with other members of the CAFI Secretariat. The individual consultant will be compensated based on an all-inclusive daily fee, to be paid based upon submission of a time sheet with corresponding deliverables, to be reviewed and cleared by the CAFI head of Secretariat. Presentation of Offer UNDP applies a fair and transparent selection process that would take into account both the technical qualification of Individual Consultants as well as their financial proposals. The contract will be awarded to the candidate whose offer: Is deemed technically responsive / compliant / acceptable (only technically responsive applications/ candidates will be considered for the financial evaluation) And has obtained the highest combined technical and financial scores. The application submission is a two-step process. Failure to comply with the submission process may result in disqualification of the application: Step 1: Interested individual consultants must apply online and include the following documents when submitting the application in the UNDP job shop. Personal History Form (P11) or An updated curriculum vitae (CV) Step 2: Submission of Financial Proposal Technically qualified applicants will be instructed to submit their financial proposals using the UNDP IC Offeror’s letter template. Daily fee/rate must be expressed in US dollars. The offeror’s letter/financial proposal should be submitted separately by email to the panel/staff who will conclude the technical-financial evaluation. Criteria for Selection of the Best Offer The consultant’s offer will be evaluated based on the following criteria: Combined Scoring method – where the technical qualifications will be weighted a maximum of 70%, and combined with the price offer which will be weighted a max of 30%. Only candidates obtaining a minimum of 70 points would be considered for the financial criteria. Technical Criteria – 70% of total evaluation based on qualifications as indicated above Financial Criteria – 30% of total evaluation (30 points for financial offer)

Job Description:

  • Background Central Africa is home to the second largest tropical rainforest in the world. Forest loss is accelerating despite ongoing efforts, as government action alone has not been sufficient to establish an effective balance between the interests of the forest and economic development. On this basis, a coalition of willing donors together with Central African partner countries – Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Republic of Cameroon, the Republic of Congo, the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, and the Republic of Gabon – have decided to enter into a collaborative partnership to establish the Central African Forest Initiative (CAFI). The objective of this initiative is to recognize and preserve the value of the forests in the region to mitigate climate change, reduce poverty, and contribute to sustainable development. This objective will be attained through the implementation of country-led, national scale REDD+ and Low Emissions Development (LED) investment frameworks that include policy reforms and measures to address the drivers of deforestation and forest degradation and promote sustainable development. The CAFI Trust Fund is the principal means to implement the Central African Forest Initiative. A growing number of CAFI EB members have signed and pledged in 2019 additional contributions to the CAFI trust fund, including Germany, who has taken over the CAFI Presidency in 2020 for the next two years. One of the key priority countries is Cameroon, which signed the CAFI Declaration in 2015. Cameroon’s vision is to become a newly industrialized, emerging and middle-income country by 2035. The national development plan (SND) emphasizes the importance of the rural sector to diversify and develop the national economy. The SND also puts forward ambitious economic development goals in the industry and services sector (energy, agro-industry, forest-wood-industry, mining). In the context of the national greenhouse gas reduction target of 32% by 2035 (Nationally Determined Contribution), and with financial support through a CAFI preparatory grant, Cameroon has elaborated a draft National Investment Framework (NIF) to address drivers of deforestation, channel domestic and international donor finance to sustainable land-use and help coordinate interventions across policy sectors. However, policy goals from medium- and long-term economic development strategies are not yet aligned with Cameroon’s NDC and are likely to impact negatively on the country’s forest cover, unless a high-level and cross-sectoral policy dialogue is initiated and the different sectoral strategies harmonized with the draft national investment framework (NIF) elaborated under the CAFI preparatory grant. A delegation from Cameroon’s Ministry of Environment participated in CAFI’s 12th executive board meeting held from 02 to 05 April 2019 in Bonn in Germany, where CAFI Board members reiterated the need for a high-level political dialogue between the ministries responsible for land use and land management in Cameroon, and underlined the importance of identifying a high-level ministerial task force under the lead of a cross-sectoral ministry or government body in charge of finance coordination and reforms to oversee the implementation of programs Duties and Responsibilities The objective of this consultancy is two-fold: The consultant will prepare ideas and guidance on possible communication channels and lines to the government that will help the CAFI Executive Board in its future policy dialogue with the government and the negotiation of framework conditions of a potential letter of intent with Cameroon (40% of workload). This also includes the identification of a cross-sectoral and operational government structure that could be capable of coordinating, on a day-to-day basis, the political dialogue with CAFI and the implementation of potential future programs (10% of workload). The consultant will provide technical support to the CAFI Executive Board by identifying the strategic axes for government commitments (such as non-conversion of certain types of forest as in other LOIs signed by CAFI; sustainable forest exploitation, zero-deforestation commodities etc.) that could form the basis of a future letter of intent in line with present and future drivers of forest loss identified in the national investment framework (50% of workload). Reports and deliverables can be written at home. At least two missions to Cameroon (Yaoundé) are required where the consultant will work from the GIZ’s PROFE office . Airline tickets, DSA and terminals will be covered and processed by UNDP separately. The visa expenses will also be reimbursed by UNDP, upon submission of proofs/receipts. Deliverables Estimate Duration Estimate due date Inception Report specifying consultant’s role and mandate after initial discussions with partners on the ground in Yaoundé. 1 day As soon as possible Options paper offering ideas and guidance on possible entry points and channels for communication with the government to conduct a cross-sectoral policy dialogue during which the framework conditions of a potential future Letter of Intent with Cameroons could be negotiated and Cameroon’s long-term engagement in CAFI strengthened. The paper should outline options for a cross-sectoral and operational government structure that could be capable of coordinating, on a day-to-day basis, the political dialogue with CAFI and the implementation of potential programs 14 days June 2020 Strategic framework to be presented to the Board: One general document outlining the strategic axes/priorities for possible government commitments based on the national investment framework (e.g. non-conversion of certain types of forest, sustainable forest exploitation, zero-deforestation commodities etc) 15 days June 2020 Total 30 days Competencies Corporate Competencies: Demonstrates commitment to UNDP´s mission, vision and values; Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability; Highest standards of integrity, discretion and loyalty. Functional Competencies: Diplomacy and tact; Ability to communicate and work closely with a variety of people within a multicultural environment; Demonstrated ability to work within a multi-disciplinary and international framework with a wide range of partners; Strong work ethic and commitment; Concise and analytical thinking; Organized and resourceful. Interested candidates should apply via the website, https://jobs.undp.org

Employer : UN JOBS

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Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Sexe Masculin Age 25/40 ans Formation initiale diplôme d'ingénieur agronome, diplôme de Technicien d'agriculture Expérience professionnelle Souhaitable Durée de l'expérience professionnelle 24 mois Langues Français

Job Description:

  • Etude et suivi des projets agricoles, conduite des travaux agricoles Autres informations Permis de conduire Cat B obligatoire, nourrit, logé et prise en charge Contact du Gestionnaire de l'Offre ANONG HABIB, Conseiller Emploi au FNE - Agence de Mvolye hanong@fnecm.org , 696506077, Mvolyé Date d'expiration 28 Fev 2020

Employer : CAMEROONJOBS.NET

Location : www.cameroonjobs.net

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Minimum Requirements National of Cameroon; Advanced university degree in development economics, fisheries economics or marine affairs with a specialization in fisheries, aquaculture or natural resource management and/or governance environmental policy or other field related to fisheries; Five years of relevant experience in fisheries and aquaculture development, trade, fishery products safety and quality, value chain development, field of statistics and data management of fisheries, or related field; Working knowledge of English and limited knowledge of French; Working knowledge of the local language (if not English or French). Competencies Results Focus Teamwork Communication Building Effective Relationships Knowledge Sharing and Continuous Improvement Technical/Functional Skills Work experience in more than one location or area of work, particularly in field positions is desirable Extent and relevance of experience in practical sustainable value chain development, technical cooperation-related activities, policy advice and analysis relating to food and nutrition security, fisheries and aquaculture, agriculture and rural development, monitoring and evaluation of policies and programmes and/or providing technical support and advice on institutional capacity building processes; Extent and relevance of experience in establishing and maintaining partnerships with UN agencies, NGOs as well as donors, private sector, universities, research institutions and government institutions and agencies; Depth of familiarity with fisheries and aquaculture sector in developing countries, and extent and relevance of experience in programme/project management, value chain analysis, sustainable fisheries and aquaculture management; Extent and relevance of experience in project coordination and an understanding of the purpose and functions of technical programmes, operational guidelines and programme/project management procedures, preferably those adopted by the United Nations or FAO would be considered an asset; Extent and relevance of experience in editing and publishing communication products related to fisheries and/or value chain activities; Working knowledge of both English and French is considered a strong asset. Please note that all candidates should adhere to FAO Values of Commitment to FAO, Respect for All and Integrity and Transparency. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ GENERAL INFORMATION • Staff members in this category are recruited locally and paid according to a local salary scale. Salary scales are reviewed periodically on the basis of comprehensive surveys of the best prevailing conditions of employment in the locality. • FAO reserves the right not to make an appointment, to make an appointment at a lower grade, or to make an appointment with a modified job description. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ CONDITIONS OF SERVICE A competitive compensation and benefits package is offered. For information on UN salaries, allowances and benefits, click on the following link: https://icsc.un.org/Resources/SAD/Booklets/sabeng.pdf FAO encourages a positive workplace culture to increase inclusivity and diversity within its workforce. FAO applies measures in which all staff members contribute equally and in full to the work and development of the Organization. This includes: • elements of family-friendly policies • flexible working arrangements • standards of conduct

Job Description:

  • The main aim of FAO country offices, which are headed by FAO Representatives, is to assist governments in developing policies, programmes and projects that achieve food security and reduce hunger and malnutrition; develop agricultural, fisheries and forestry sectors; and ensure the utilization of environmental and natural resources in a sustainable manner. The post is located in the FAO Representation in Cameroon. Reporting Lines The National Professional Officer reports to the Representative under the technical guidance of the Chief Technical Adviser (CTA) for the 'Sustainable Development of Fisheries and Aquaculture Value Chains in ACP Countries' project (FISH4ACP). Technical Focus Programme development, technical support, coordination and operational assistance, outreach and reporting to partners based on the knowledge of the local conditions, culture, language and institutions of the country of assignment. Key Results Research, technical analysis, and project related services to support the delivery of programme projects, products, and services. Key Functions Researches and analyses technical, social, economic, environmental, institutional, and technology related information, data and statistics and/or related policy issues to support the delivery of programme projects, products and services; Produces a variety of technical information, data, statistics and reports as well as input for technical documents and web pages; Provides technical support/analysis to various assessments, studies and initiatives and provides technical backstopping to field projects; Collaborates in the development of improved/updated tools, systems, processes, and databases; Participates in multidisciplinary teams, and/or leads working groups/teams collaborates with other departments and agencies on work groups and committees and promotes best practices; Collaborates in, provides technical backstopping to and ensures the quality/effectiveness of capacity development activities within member countries such as policy support, organizational development and individual learning events including preparation of related information, learning materials, online tools; Promotes knowledge sharing and best practices at international meetings and conferences and influences partners in stakeholder consultations; Supports resource mobilization activities in accordance with the FAO Corporate strategy. Specific Functions Acts as the Secretary to the FISH4ACP Value Chain Task Force (VC-TF) and organizes meetings and plans agendas. Prepares reports every six months for submission to the Project Management Unit (PMU), which will include information on results achieved, constraints and possible solutions, impact evaluation, as well as administrative and financial updates; Prepares and executes the FISH4ACP annual country level work plan and budget and oversees the preparation of the country level value chain work plan and budget; Develops and maintains partnerships with country and regional stakeholders who can contribute to achieving FISH4ACP value chain objectives; Collaborates closely with consultants (national and international) responsible for value chain project tasks and ensures the implementation of a sustainable systems-based value chain approach; Coordinates, collates and analyses quarterly value chain progress reports from the value chain task forces to gauge the impact of FISH4ACP interventions; Coordinates the knowledge sharing emerging from the value chain to ensure information is widely disseminated within the FISH4ACP project and externally; Oversees development and implementation of the FISH4ACP communication strategy at country level; Supports and monitors the value chain analysis (VCA) in the first year and the value chain development activities in years two through five of the project, facilitating linkages between stakeholders, including the formation of the VCA teams and value chain task forces, and the organization of value chain stakeholder workshops; Contributes to the data collection and analysis, as well as report-writing (as applicable), with a main focus on the strategy and implementation sections; Leads the regular monitoring and evaluation (M-E) of the programme, at country level, throughout the project duration, including the selection of value chain-specific indicators, as well as the regular reporting of progress to the CTA; Performs other duties as required. HOW TO APPLY • To apply, visit the recruitment website at Jobs at FAO and complete your online profile. We strongly recommend that your profile is accurate, complete and includes your employment records, academic qualifications and language skills; • Candidates are requested to attach a letter of motivation to the online profile; • Once your profile is completed, please apply and submit your application; • Your application will be screened based on the information provided on your online profile; • Please note that FAO will only consider academic credentials or degrees obtained from an educational institution recognized in the IAU/UNESCO list; • Candidates may be requested to provide performance assessments and authorization to conduct verification checks of past and present work, character, education, military and police records to ascertain any and all information which may be pertinent to the employment qualifications; • Incomplete applications will not be considered; • Only applications received through the FAO recruitment portal will be considered; • We encourage applicants to submit the application well before the deadline date. If you need help, or have queries, please contact: Careers@fao.org Closing date, 10 March 2020

Employer : UN JOBS

Location : www.unjobs.org