RTI is recruiting for the recently-awarded East Africa Energy Program (EAEP) whose objective is to improve performance of the power sector in Kenya, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Tanzania, and up to six more countries. It will be managed out of Nairobi; the work will focus on electrical utility performance, increasing on-grid connections, increasing regional integration through the East Africa Power Pool, and improving national project planning and delivery. RTI’s work will begin in January 2019 and conclude December 2022.
DeputyChief of Party/Power Africa Coordinator’s Office Coordinator (DCOP/PACO Coordinator) is a mixed role responsible for all administrative, logistic, and financial aspects of the program while also serving as the point of contact for very significant and continuous engagement with USAID’s Power Africa Coordination Office (PACO) in Nairobi. As such, it requires not only admin, logistics, finance, and operational skills but extremely strong representational, diplomatic, and client skills as one of the project’s primary points of contact for USAID Power Africa. The position reports directly to the Chief of Party in Nairobi (COP).
Management and Administration
Applications are invited from qualified persons for the above vacant position.
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