The Zambia Business in Development Facility (ZBIDF) is a new multi-stakeholder platform to engage business, facilitate dialogue and innovation and directly support public-private partnership action on key business and development challenges. The ZBIDF mission is to systematically support and catalyse cross-sector partnerships in order to unleash the power and resources of business on poverty reduction and other development goals, while achieving business benefits.
Funded by SIDA and hosted within the Africa Management Services Company (AMSCO), which manages the implementation of the African Training and Management Services Project, the hub is a small, flexible network of coordinated partnership brokers, catalysing and supporting partnerships. It will also create a shared space for cross-sector actors to create solutions together.
The ZBIDF is currently recruiting for several critical posts: one National Coordinator and three Partnership Broker roles, focusing on (respectively) the agriculture sector, the extractive sector, and manufacturing skills development.
For full details please see the job profiles below:
To apply, please send your resume accompanied by a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline is 21st May 2014.