TIP Project cordinator - RTI International


RTI International is seeking qualified candidates for its 3-year project (2016-2019) Strengthening and Sustaining Tanzania's Response to Trafficking in Persons, Ensuring Access to Justice and Fair Treatment for TIP Victims, funded by the US Department of State, Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (JITIP). The project's overall goal is to strengthen and 'Sustain Tanzania's national criminal justice system's response to trafficking in persons (TIP) and to ensure
access to justice and fair treatment for all victims of TIP in Tanzania. The project's three objectives are to: (1) Strengthen the Legal Framework to Combat TIP; (2) Strengthen National Coordination; and (3) Build Institutional Government Capacity to Sustain Prosecution ofTlP cases.
Partnerships. RTI International is collaborating with three partnering agencies in Tanzania: The Anti-Trafficking Secretariat within the Ministry of Home Affairs; EKAMA Foundation; and Tanzania Women Lawyers Association (TA WLA). The collaborative will conduct a review of current TIP regulations and laws in Tanzania; compare them to
international standards; propose any rewrites or amendments of the current laws; draft new laws to better protect victims and enhance national and international coordination; and train relevant sectors in implementing relevant regulations.

Position  RTI International
Location : Dar es salaam 

Responsibilities. The primary responsibility of the Project Coordinator position estimated at 50% FTE (20 hours/week), includes in-country project coordination, assisting RTl's project director who's located in the US to ensure that the project activities are meeting US Department of State and stakeholder expectations and providing support and
technical assistance to the partnering agencies in Tanzania. The project coordinator will be supervised by RTl's project director, and will serve as the project's in-country point-of-contact with the partnering agencies, RTl's Home Office, and \other identified stakeholders and collaborators.

Required Qualifications.University degree in law/legal area, social sciences, or relevant degree and/or experience; At least 5 years demonstrated experience managing operational, project management and administrative duties (for US Go vernment-funded projects or other internationally funded programs a plus, but not required);Experience building and sustaining effective partnerships with government, NGOs, funders, and all relevant project stakeholders; Experience working with multi-disciplinary international teams; Strong oral and written communication skills in English required, including evidence of quality report writing and presentations (*Bilingual/fluency in English and Kiswahili a plus); Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines with quality products; Strong organizational and interpersonal skills; ability to travel locally within Tanzania (Arusha and Dodoma, 1-2 times a year).
To Apply: Candidates who fully meet the requirements should email a cover letter indicating the position title along with
a detailed CV, including a daytime telephone contact and three references to: TIPTanzaniaPc(iilgmail.com

***Deadline for submission is November 9, 2016*** 
Only short listed applicants will be contacted.

RTI International is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.