Job Title: Sustainable Landuse and
Green Growth Institute (GGGI)
Duty Station: Kampala,
Based in Seoul, the
Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) is an intergovernmental organization
founded to support and promote a model of economic growth known as “green
growth”, which targets key aspects of economic performance such a poverty
reduction, job creation, social inclusion, and environmental sustainability.
GGGI works with countries around the world, building their capacity and working
collaboratively on green growth policies that can impact the lives of millions.
The organization partners with countries, multilateral institutions, government
bodies, and private sector to help build economies that grow strongly and are
more efficient and sustainable in the use of natural resources, less carbon
intensive, and more resilient to climate change.
Job Summary: Under
close guidance of the Senior Officer and Country Representative, the Officer
applies specialized conceptual knowledge in support of project delivery in line
with the Ugandan Country Planning Framework (CFP). The Officer provides day to
day technical support internally as well as to relevant government
counterparts. The position carries out analytical work related to his/her
technical expertise and provides a wide range of contributions in support
mainly of delivery of the planning, design, delivery, monitoring, evaluation,
reporting and Sustainable Landscapes and Agriculture workstreams in Uganda
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
dynamic context, assesses issues and identifies opportunities in the
sustainable landscapes/agricultural priorities of Uganda and integrates them
into design and implementation of national program plans and activities;
analytical SL/agriculture work and compile findings in a coherent manner to
give guidance to project development and implementation;
analysis and technical input into the review and development of new
SL/agriculture policy and other strategic planning documents;
major role in the implementation of specific projects, monitors budget,
completes reporting, and seeks strategic direction from Senior Officer/Country
support to different technical resources for smooth delivery of project outputs
within stipulated timelines through proper communication and coordination;
with GGGI colleagues in Country Office and HQ on project related matters to
enable delivery of high quality products in accordance with GGGI standards and
ensure integrated delivery as “One GGGI”
the HQ and Country team in orientation and awareness of important stakeholders
events through workshops, meetings and field visits;
close and frequent contact with local stakeholders (Government, associations
and private sector) for greater buy in on planned and ongoing project
stakeholder engagement and strategic relationship building with government
counterparts, donors and private;
in stakeholder dialogues both internally and externally to support GGGI work in
support and understanding working closely with national counterparts for
application of green growth in development planning;
technical skills to prepares briefing notes, concept notes and analytical
reports to support GGGI’s SL/agriculture work;
information/knowledge by participating in the assessment of program needs and
resources to assist in SL/agriculture programme design, development and implementation;
delivery issues and works with national counterparts to build common
understanding and coordination on project activities.
meetings, workshops, and other events and activities, both at national and
in identifying relevant information related to policy-driven issues, synthesis
of best practices and lessons-learned directly linked to GGGI SL/agriculture
in GGGI’s knowledge base, project and activity portfolio, best practices and
lessons-learned to promote adoption, replication and scaling up.
Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
applicant must hold an advanced academic degree in the field of agriculture,
natural resource management or related fields.
seven years of relevant experience in policy, project planning, and/or project
implementation in agriculture and land use sector. Demonstrated experience in
agro-forestry and forestry is an advantage.
additional years of relevant work, in combination with a relevant first level
university degree may substitute for the requirement of advanced university
in project identification, design, preparation and/or implementation in
agriculture and land use sector.
in day-to-day engagement with Government ministries and agencies
in engaging with private sector actors, including investors and banks and other
stakeholders (NGOs, civil society) would be an advantage
understanding of the concept of green growth and climate change vulnerability
is an advantage.
in English and excellent report writing skills are essential.
knowledge of Uganda’s agriculture sector (forestry is an advantage), policies,
priorities, strategies and programs
track record in undertaking agriculture research, analyzing country trends and
drawing lessons learned.
to work independently
to work under pressure, on a number of projects simultaneously and to meet
commitment to GGGI’s core values
to work collaboratively with colleagues on the country team to achieve
interpersonal and communication skills.
How to Apply:
should apply online at the link below.
Deadline: 10th December 2020