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International Fertilizer Development Center Recruitment 2023

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International Fertilizer Development Center Recruitment

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Are you a Ghanaian who has been looking for an opportunity to get recruited in the upcoming International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC) Recruitment and yet you are still not sure how to start? This Portal is Basically made for you. We will be of help by directing you to the process and method of application, All you need to do is to follow the guidelines.

They invited applications from a suitably qualified Ghanaian for the 2023/2024 International Fertilizer Development Center recruitment exercise.  INTERESTED AND SUITABLY QUALIFIED members of the public can apply for any of the positions available at the International Fertilizer Development Center.

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Therefore, all Interested and qualified applicants must be: Ghanaian citizen by birth with no criminal record. Possess a first Degree, not below a Second Class Lower from an accredited university in a related field. … Age of 21 and not more than 35 years by 31st December 2023.

International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC) Recruitment 2023/2024

1. Job Title: Gender and Youth Inclusion Specialist

The International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC) is a public international organization (PIO) governed by an international board of directors with representation from developed and developing nations. The non-profit center focuses on increasing and sustaining food and agricultural productivity in developing countries through developing and transferring effective and environmentally sound crop nutrient technology and agribusiness expertise.

 

Since 2018, IFDC is implementing the U.S. Agency for International Development West Africa Mission’s (USAID/WA) Feed the Future Enhancing Growth through Regional Agricultural Input Systems (EnGRAIS) program, in partnership with ECOWAS, UEMOA, CILSS, CORAF, and WAFA, inter alia.

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USAID/WA is considering a 3-year cost and time extension of the EnGRAIS project, with a focus on four workstreams: (workstream 1) Boosting the private sector-led supply of quality fertilizer and seed inputs through public-private partnerships (PPPs); (workstream 2) Increasing nutrient use efficiency through scaling up of dissemination and adoption of innovative and efficient agricultural input packages (AIPs) under the framework of the ECOWAS Regional Agricultural Input Strategy; (workstream 3) improving and harmonizing fertilizer policy and regulatory systems across West Africa in accordance with ECOWAS guidance, and (workstream 4) Facilitating knowledge dissemination of large-scale, high-quality fertilizer market data.

1.2 Position Description

The EnGRAIS project is seeking a Gender and Youth Specialist to provide periodic and ongoing support on gender and youth mainstreaming and monitoring interventions over the course of the project’s implementation. Reporting to the Chief of Party, the Specialist will support the Project’s programmatic efforts by implementing, refining, monitoring, and generating lessons learned from an existing gender and youth integration methodology and action plan that aims to effectively engage women, youth, and other vulnerable groups. The purpose of this call for experts is to develop a roster of qualified gender and youth specialists to support the Project as and when needed.

1.3 Duties and Responsibilities

  • under the leadership of the COP, designing, and supporting the implementation of an “Integration Plan for Gender and Youth.”
  • Developing programmatic materials and conducting training as outlined in the Plan.
  • Assess youth and women, constraints and needs, and identify the project’s tools and products adapted to their needs.
  • Identify relevant women/youth groups/associations that could benefit from EnGRAIS products and interventions
  • Conduct joint training and capacity-building activities, and knowledge sharing with the 4 workstreams and key private and institutional partners.
  • Develop with partners customized information packages using appropriate channels (e.g., radio, Facebook, or WhatsApp) to reach women and youth.
  • Develop recommendations on how constraints affecting gender, youth, and other vulnerable groups can be addressed within the Project’s four workstreams.
  • Support monitoring, evaluation, and learning activities as related to the Integration Plan for Gender and Youth.
  • Perform other duties related to this assignment as requested by the COP or his designate as needed.

1.4 Duty station

This position may be posted to any of the current IFDC office locations in West Africa (Benin, Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Nigeria, Senegal, or Togo). He/she should be available to travel frequently within and outside the region when called upon to.

1.5 Period

The position is open for the duration of the project (March 2023 – Feb 2026), subject to availability of funding.

1.6 Equal opportunity

IFDC is an equal-opportunity employer. Applicants will be considered for employment with no discrimination on the basis of their protected characteristics (race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, nationality, age, marital status, disability).

Interested candidates must send their resumes in English accompanied with a motivation letter in either English or French.

Required Skills

  • University graduate with a degree in gender studies, agribusiness, economics, sociology, or a related field (Master preferred)
  • 5+ years of relevant agribusiness and gender experience in West Africa
  • Experience conducting research for USAID- and/or other donor-funded programs is strongly preferred.
  • Experience working collaboratively with institutional and private‐sector partners and stakeholders in West Africa
  • Ability to work well in diverse teams but also productive working individually with minimum supervision.
  • Well organized, strong analytical skills, creative thinker, innovative, demonstrated personal initiative, stress tolerance, integrity, and ethics.
  • Sound knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Ability to produce various informational products under tight deadlines.
  • Fluency in speaking and writing in English or French and working knowledge in the other.

How to Apply

2. Job Title: Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning, Collaboration Learning, and Adapting Specialist

The International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC) is a public international organization (PIO) governed by an international board of directors with representation from developed and developing nations. The non-profit center focuses on increasing and sustaining food and agricultural productivity in developing countries through developing and transferring effective and environmentally sound crop nutrient technology and agribusiness expertise.

Since 2018, IFDC is implementing the U.S. Agency for International Development West Africa Mission’s (USAID/WA) Feed the Future Enhancing Growth through Regional Agricultural Input Systems (EnGRAIS) program, in partnership with ECOWAS, UEMOA, CILSS, CORAF, and WAFA, inter alia.

USAID/WA is considering a 3-year cost and time extension of the EnGRAIS project, with a focus on four workstreams: (workstream 1) Boosting the private sector-led supply of quality fertilizer and seed inputs through public-private partnerships (PPPs); (workstream 2) Increasing nutrient use efficiency through scaling up of dissemination and adoption of innovative and efficient agricultural input packages (AIPs) under the framework of the ECOWAS Regional Agricultural Input Strategy; (workstream 3) improving and harmonizing fertilizer policy and regulatory systems across West Africa in accordance with ECOWAS guidance, and (workstream 4) Facilitating knowledge dissemination of large-scale, high-quality fertilizer market data..

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1.2 Position Description

The MEL/CLA Specialist is responsible for efficient implementation of Feed the Future EnGRAIS monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) activities which include assisting in development of MEL plan, strategic result framework, data collection tools (online and offline), collaborating, learning and adapting (CLA) system and supporting adapting project management and reporting.

S/He will ensure smooth implementation of MEL/ CLA operations at field level and its follow-up. S/He will carry internal data quality assessment (DQA) and report the findings immediately. S/He will monitor the quality of partners/ sub-grantees MEL/CLA related data, documents and other deliverables. S/he will introduce ICT based MEL system for Result Based Monitoring System (RBMS). S/He will work closely with the workstreams leaders on MEL/ CLA matters aiming to improve the activity interventions and will report immediately if notice any notable deviation or manipulation.

1.3 Duties and Responsibilities

  • under the leadership of the COP, assist in designing, developing, and unpacking a comprehensive monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) plan, CLA and coherent consistence information flow and learning.
  • Play proactive roles in developing indicators linked to activity results framework, an inclusive market systems approach-based agricultural and fertilizer productivity and value chains related and measure periodic progress against the indicators.
  • Monitor progress using USAID’s standard and customized indicators
  • Monitor and measure the progress of new indicators
  • Complete internal documentation on data collection processes and data quality (DQA)
  • Review and keep updating the performance indicator reference sheets (PIRS)
  • Assist to develop appropriate tools (quantitative and qualitative, paper based and e-survey, customized tools) to monitor, measure and evaluate the indicators and activity performance, effectiveness, and impact.
  • Support knowledge management system for ensuring collaborating, learning and adapting (CLA) system in place for internal users (activity management and staff) and external users (market actors, donor and practitioners).
  • Coordinate data collection from partners toward the achievement of outcomes.
  • Assist the technical leaders through online data collection, filtering, analysis, and presentation in a brief and non-technical manner.
  • Ensure support to donors and other relevant parties through the provision of required data and adhere to IFDC and USAID’s relevant policy and guidance.
  • Perform any other duties assigned by the EnGRAIS CoP.

1.4 Duty station

This position may be posted to any of the current IFDC office locations in West Africa (Benin, Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Nigeria, Senegal, or Togo). He/she should be available to travel frequently within and outside the region when called upon to.

1.5 Period

The position is open for the duration of the project (March 2023 – Feb 2026), subject to the availability of funding.

1.6 Equal opportunity

IFDC is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants will be considered for employment with no discrimination on the basis of their protected characteristics (race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, nationality, age, marital status, disability).

Interested candidates must send their resumes in English accompanied by a motivation letter in either English or French.

Required Skills

  • Master’s degree preferred in Development Studies, Economics, Development Management, and relevant social science discipline.
  • Minimum five years of professional experience.
  • Sound technical knowledge of MEL, and CLA, training, and dissemination.
  • Experience in report writing, planning, and implementation of activities.
  • Thorough understanding and applicable skills in MEL, CLA and, large and complex data quality examination, analysis and, quality data management.
  • Ability to plan own work, set priorities, and complete it under pressure or when faced with competing demands.
  • Ability to use MS Office- Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and common statistical.
  • Work experience in USAID / FTF-funded agriculture and value chain project is preferred.
  • Fluency in speaking and writing in English or French and working knowledge in the other.

How to Apply

Submit your CV and Application on Company Website: Click Here

Closing Date: 17th March 2023

 

3. Job Title: Knowledge Management and Communications (KMC) Specialist

The International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC) is a public international organization (PIO) governed by an international board of directors with representation from developed and developing nations. The non-profit center focuses on increasing and sustaining food and agricultural productivity in developing countries through developing and transferring effective and environmentally sound crop nutrient technology and agribusiness expertise.

Since 2018, IFDC is implementing the U.S. Agency for International Development West Africa Mission’s (USAID/WA) Feed the Future Enhancing Growth through Regional Agricultural Input Systems (EnGRAIS) program, in partnership with ECOWAS, UEMOA, CILSS, CORAF, and WAFA, inter alia.

USAID/WA is considering a 3-year cost and time extension of the EnGRAIS project, with a focus on four workstreams: (workstream 1) Boosting the private sector-led supply of quality fertilizer and seed inputs through public-private partnerships (PPPs); (workstream 2) Increasing nutrient use efficiency through scaling up of dissemination and adoption of innovative and efficient agricultural input packages (AIPs) under the framework of the ECOWAS Regional Agricultural Input Strategy; (workstream 3) improving and harmonizing fertilizer policy and regulatory systems across West Africa in accordance with ECOWAS guidance, and (workstream 4) Facilitating knowledge dissemination of large-scale, high-quality fertilizer market data.

1.2 Position Description

The Knowledge Management and Communications (KMC) Specialist will report directly to the CoP and is responsible for the implementation of the program communications strategy, internally and externally, and compliance with USAID communications requirements.

1.3. Duties and Responsibilities

  • Design, implement, and manage the communications strategy for the Project under the leadership of the COP, advancing the project’s vision, mission, and mandate utilizing various media formats targeting a variety of audiences.
  • Establish and socialize KMC systems, platforms, processes, and tools to support efficient and effective knowledge management, learning, and communications to ensure the project’s institutional memory.
  • Responsible for the preparation, editing, and submission of contract deliverables to USAID and assist with finalizing programmatic work plans, as needed, ensuring all program deliverables, training, and technical reports comply with USAID branding guidelines and the program’s approved Branding and Implementation Plan and Marking Plan.
  • Synthesize technical information to produce and disseminate accurate and useful knowledge products such as press releases, feature articles, success stories, lessons learned, presentation materials, marketing materials, quarterly and annual reports, videos, multimedia, and extension materials in consultation with technical staff.
  • Work closely with Team Leaders to monitor project activities to identify success stories, and lessons learned and ensure they are captured, developed, edited, and shared.
  • Respond to project staff requests for communications assistance and provide creative ideas for using communications and KM tools to improve the implementation and effectiveness of project activities.
  • Provide strategic and programmatic advice on communications and knowledge exchange and support project leadership to strengthen program design and implementation.
  • Achieve and maintain effective communications with USAID, partner organizations, and stakeholders.
  • Apply modern techniques and strategies to reach with customized information large target groups, including agro-dealers networks and farmers across the region.
  • Perform other appropriate tasks that support the overall project, as assigned by the COP or his/her designee.
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1.4 Duty station

This position may be posted to any of the current IFDC office locations in West Africa (Benin, Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Nigeria, Senegal, or Togo). He/she should be available to travel frequently within and outside the region when called upon to.

1.5 Period

The position is open for the duration of the project (March 2023 – Feb 2026), subject to the availability of funding.

1.6 Equal opportunity

IFDC is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants will be considered for employment with no discrimination on the basis of their protected characteristics (race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, nationality, age, marital status, disability).

Interested candidates must send their resumes in English accompanied by a motivation letter in either English or French.

Required Skills

Required Experience

  • Degree (BA/Master’s) in a relevant technical area, preferably communications or journalism.
  • At least 7 years of experience with a bachelor’s and 5 years with Masters in knowledge management and communications.
  • Demonstrated experience with communications strategy development and implementation.
  • USAID-funded project experience is strongly preferred.
  • Thorough knowledge of USAID’s reporting, branding, and marking requirements.
  • Experience producing high-quality communication products for a variety of channels (e.g., print, digital, and video).
  • Proven organizational and management skills, ability to work independently and in teams in a multi-cultural context.
  • Proven ability to meet tight deadlines and juggle numerous projects simultaneously in a fast-paced environment.
  • Demonstrate leadership, and good judgment and possesses sensitivity and understanding of how messaging impacts diverse audiences.
  • Excellent computer skills in a full range of software, including MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint), Adobe Photoshop, and/or other graphics programs.
  • Fluency in speaking and writing in English or French and working knowledge in the other

How to Apply

Submit your CV and Application on Company Website: Click Here

Closing Date: 17th March 2023

 

4. Job Title: Chief of Party (EnGRAIS) Project at International Fertilizer Development Center

The International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC) is a public international organization (PIO) governed by an international board of directors with representation from developed and developing nations. The non-profit center focuses on increasing and sustaining food and agricultural productivity in developing countries through the development and transfer of effective and environmentally sound crop nutrient technology and agribusiness expertise.

Since 2018, IFDC is implementing the U.S. Agency for International Development West Africa Mission’s (USAID/WA) Feed the Future Enhancing Growth through Regional Agricultural Input Systems (EnGRAIS) program, in partnership with ECOWAS, UEMOA, CILSS, CORAF, and WAFA, inter alia.

USAID/WA is considering a 3-year cost and time extension of the EnGRAIS project, with a focus on four workstreams: (workstream 1) Boosting the private sector-led supply of quality fertilizer and seed inputs through public-private partnerships (PPPs); (workstream 2) Increasing nutrient use efficiency through scaling up of dissemination and adoption of innovative and efficient agricultural input packages (AIPs) under the framework of the ECOWAS Regional Agricultural Input Strategy; (workstream 3) improving and harmonizing fertilizer policy and regulatory systems across West Africa in accordance with ECOWAS guidance, and (workstream 4) Facilitating knowledge dissemination of large-scale, high-quality fertilizer market data.

1.2 Position description

IFDC is seeking to recruit a Chief of the Party. He will provide overall vision, leadership, and guidance of the project internally with project staff and externally with USAID, host governments, other donors, and stakeholders.

He/she will be leading IFDC’s team and serving as the primary point of contact with USAID about day-to-day activity implementation and management matters relating to the contract, ensuring on-time and on-budget performance, leading to the achievement of all program objectives, and on-time reporting and compliance with all laws and requirements; and provide special leadership in building alliances, high-level policy discussions, and maintaining constructive relationships with partners and major sub-grantees.

1.3 Duties and Responsibilities

  • Lead the development of all program, strategic, and annual plans.
  • Lead advocacy efforts and negotiation teams for the acquisition of bilateral mission buy-ins to bolster and expand the reach and resources of the program.
  • Ensure timely and effective implementation of all program activities including project planning, implementation, and management; project finances and administration; outreach and reporting; monitoring and evaluation.
  • Ensure the technical quality and appropriateness of the services provided through the project and the quality of the results generated.
  • Direct and evaluate the performance of all program personnel. Assure that all assistance provided under the contract, whether by international or local experts/personnel, is technically sound and appropriate for the needs to be addressed; and adequately manage and supervise the work of all experts/personnel provided under the agreement.
  • Serve as IFDC’s representative to the relevant donors, line ministries, other donors and multinationals, technical agencies, and other participating organizations as required.
  • Engage directly in other high-level program activities as appropriate.
  • Execute legal documents on behalf of the program;
  • Ensure sound financial management and compliance with laws.
  • Serve as the primary point of contact for information on the progress and status of all activities under the contract and establish appropriate mechanisms to ensure that activity progress and specific implementation concerns are regularly and promptly reported.
  • Manage the preparation and presentation of proposed implementation plans and all reports.
  • Perform other related duties as required.

1.4 Duty station

He/she will be based in any IFDC office in West Africa and should be available to travel frequently within and outside the region when called upon to.

1.5 Period

The position is open for the duration of the project (March 2023 – Feb 2026), subject to the availability of funding.

1.6 Equal opportunity

IFDC is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants will be considered for employment with no discrimination on the basis of their protected characteristics (race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, nationality, age, marital status, or disability).

Interested candidates must send their resumes in English accompanied by a motivation letter in either English or French.

Required Skills

  • Master’s degree (equivalent) or Ph.D. in business management, agriculture, agronomy, soil science, or another relevant field.
  • At least 5 years of experience in a senior management position of multi-year donor-funded programs.
  • High level and strategic thinking capacity and decision-making.
  • Solid background and knowledge of USAID Rules and Regulations
  • Experiences with the regional policy makers bodies (ECOWAS, UEMOA, CILSS)
  • Strong skills in technologies, markets, stakeholders, policies, and rules related to fertilizers and soil health in West Africa.
  • Ability to collaborate effectively with public and private sector partners, including donor agencies, government officials, and industry groups.
  • Strong project management skills, including the ability to manage multiple tasks and priorities.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to build strong relationships with stakeholders.
  • Demonstrated technical leadership in multi-sectoral agricultural programming.
  • Fluency in speaking and writing in English or French and working knowledge in the other.
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How to Apply

Submit your CV and Application on Company Website: Click Here

Closing Date: 17th March 2023

 

5. Job Title: Team Leader at International Fertilizer Development Center

The International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC) is a public international organization (PIO) governed by an international board of directors with representation from developed and developing nations. The non-profit center focuses on increasing and sustaining food and agricultural productivity in developing countries through the development and transfer of effective and environmentally sound crop nutrient technology and agribusiness expertise.

 

Since 2018, IFDC is implementing the U.S. Agency for International Development West Africa Mission’s (USAID/WA) Feed the Future Enhancing Growth through Regional Agricultural Input Systems (EnGRAIS) program, in partnership with ECOWAS, UEMOA, CILSS, CORAF, and WAFA, inter-alia.

USAID/WA is considering a 3-year cost and time extension of the EnGRAIS project, with a focus on four workstreams: (workstream 1) Boosting the private sector-led supply of quality fertilizer and seed inputs through public-private partnerships (PPPs); (workstream 2) Increasing nutrient use efficiency through scaling up of dissemination and adoption of innovative and efficient agricultural input packages (AIPs) under the framework of the ECOWAS Regional Agricultural Input Strategy; (workstream 3) improving and harmonizing fertilizer policy and regulatory systems across West Africa in accordance with ECOWAS guidance, and (workstream 4) Facilitating knowledge dissemination of large-scale, high-quality fertilizer market data.

1.2 Position Description

IFDC is seeking to recruit a Policy Team Leader. He/she will be responsible to facilitate harmonization and improvement of fertilizer policy and regulatory systems across West Africa in accordance with ECOWAS guidance.

The Policy Team Leader will work to facilitate the harmonization and implementation process for fertilizer subsidy policies and regulations.

In addition, he/she will work to ensure the harmonization of policies and regulations for duty- and tax-free movement across regions and the development of capacity for quality control.

The Policy Team Leader will work closely with and support the Deputy Chief of the Party (DCoP) in implementing the overall project and lead the implementation of the third workstream (policies).

1.3 Duties and Responsibilities

Responsibilities

Reporting to the Deputy Chief of Party (DCoP) in charge of the implementation of the EnGRAIS project, the successful candidate shall inter alia perform the following roles and responsibilities

  • Provide support to ECOWAS and its Member States in the creation of market conditions necessary to foster a competitive and robust private fertilizer sector.
  • Advocate with ECOWAS and UEMOA policy adjustments to facilitate national subsidy reforms.
  • Support governments of ECOWAS Member States to reform current fertilizer subsidy programs into smart subsidies.
  • Use the EnGRAIS various products/tools to advocate for fertilizers without borders and for tax-free in the ECOWAS regions.
  • Finalize ongoing regional tools/materials, and guides regulation related to ECOWAS regional fertilizer regulatory framework.
  • Work with ECOWAS and UEMOA to strengthen the capacity of Member States to enforce existing harmonized regulatory frameworks.
  • Assist the Member States in completing and enforcing the regulatory framework for quality fertilizers, including organic fertilizers, and management practices. Work with key stakeholders such as AGRA, AFAP, and the African Development Bank for completion of the regional regulations, with specific provisions relating to lime and blended, organic, and biofertilizers in the Regional Agro Inputs Strategy framework.

1.4 Duty station

This position may be posted to any of the current IFDC office locations in West Africa (Benin, Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Nigeria, Senegal, or Togo). He/she should be available to travel frequently within and outside the region when called upon to.

1.5 Period

The position is open for the duration of the project (March 2023 – Feb 2026), subject to the availability of funding.

1.6 Equal opportunity

IFDC is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants will be considered for employment with no discrimination on the basis of their protected characteristics (race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, nationality, age, marital status, or disability).

Interested candidates must send their resumes in English accompanied by a motivation letter in either English or French.

Required Skills

  • Master’s Degree in agriculture, economics, trade policy, international development, or a related field.
  • A minimum of seven (7) years of relevant work experience, including experience with a contractor or international NGO, in government or regional economic bodies in a similar role, or experience working in private sector agri-businesses in one or more of the target countries. Experience with USAID–funded projects is an advantage.
  • Ability to collaborate effectively with the private sector, government entities, and international donors.
  • Strong knowledge of smallholder farming systems, and agri-inputs in a national and regional context.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Fluency in speaking and writing in English or French and working knowledge in the other.

How to Apply

Submit your CV and Application on Company Website: Click Here

Closing Date: 17th March 2023

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

  • International Fertilizer Development Center DO NOT demand or accept gifts or gratification to offer employment.
  • Do not offer money to anyone before, during or after the recruitment exercise. Any candidate found doing either of these would be summarily disqualified and prosecuted.

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