Job Opportunity at PwC – Business Environment Advocacy Facility Lead
Business Environment Advocacy Facility LeadPwC is preparing to bid for the £26.5M, UK Government (FCDO) funded ‘Productivity for Prosperity’ Programme (P4P) in Tanzania.
The programme aims to improve the business and investment environment, develop Tanzania’s contribution to East African regional growth and trade, enhance Tanzania’s commitment to climate change and support increased productivity and inclusive growth.
PwC is now recruiting national and regional experts with 15+ years relevant experience on a full-time basis with an estimated start date in July 2022 for the duration of the programme (5.5 years):
Business Environment Advocacy Facility Lead
Increase the lobbying effectiveness of business member organisations (BMOs) and advocacy groups, with the aim to improve business environment reform. This role will work with existing structures and include elements of relationship, programme and team management as well as developing strategies to enable Business Environment Reform. The ideal candidate will have extensive experience in lobbying and working with advocacy networks and BMOs in the United Republic of Tanzania. Action- oriented public-private dialogue, research and evidence to strengthen advocacy and evidence- based policy-making experience is essential.
HOW TO APPLY
To apply for any position, submit your CV and a brief description of your relevant expertise. Use the job title and P4P to headline your email to [email protected] by Friday, 18 March 2022. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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