3 Job Positions at Rwanda Development Board (RDB): (Deadline 25 January 2024)

 

3 Job Positions at Rwanda Development Board (RDB): (Deadline 25 January 2024)

3 Job Positions at Rwanda Development Board (RDB): (Deadline 25 January 2024)

Investment, Tourism, and Business Innovation Program Manager at Rwanda Development Board (RDB): (Deadline 25 January 2024)

Job responsibilities

• Program governance: The program manager takes charge of planning, organizing, and coordinating the entire project lifecycle, from initiation to completion. • Idea Generation and Evaluation: Evaluates ideas based on their feasibility and alignment with RDB strategic objectives. • Program Planning and Execution: The program manager ensures that the project progresses according to plan, monitors breakthroughs, and handles risks and issues that may arise. • Cross-functional Collaboration: The program manager works closely with diverse collaborators and senior managers, facilitates effective communication, coordinate efforts, and ensure alignment across different departments. • Budgeting and Resource Management: The program manager is responsible for developing and handling the project budget, supervises project costs and report on budget performance. • Performance Tracking and Evaluation: The program manager monitors project progress, supervises key performance indicators and critical metrics, and evaluates the project’s success against predefined metrics. Conduct regular project reviews, identify areas for improvement, and implement corrective actions. • Stakeholders’ Engagement: The program manager effectively engages and communicates with project stakeholders, including donors, clients, end-users, and other internal or external parties. Handles expectations, provide updates on project status, and address concerns or feedback throughout the project lifecycle. • Continuous Improvement: The innovation program manager champions a culture of continuous improvement and innovation within RDB by identifying lessons learned from completed projects and integrate standard processes into future initiatives. • Emulate RDB’s core values and image through your behavior, rewarding and voicing for good behaviors within your
Minimum qualifications
    • 1

      Bachelor’s Degree in Economics

      7 Years of relevant experience

    • 2

      Bachelors in Project Management

      7 Years of relevant experience

    • 3

      Master’s in Economics

      5 Years of relevant experience

    • 4

      Master’s Degree in Project Management

      5 Years of relevant experience

    • 5

      Bachelor’s Degree in Development Studies

      7 Years of relevant experience

  • 6

    Master’s Degree in Development Studies

    5 Years of relevant experience

Required competencies and key technical skills

    • 1
      Strong maDelivery focused, pragmatic, able to multi-task and get things done in a fast paced environment;
    • 2
      Strong maProfessional, detail orientated with high performance standards;
    • 3
      Policy and strategy development skills;
    • 4
      Strong management skills with ability to confidently work with senior public officials and private sector leaders;
    • 5
      Demonstrable working knowledge of fiduciary operations in program/ project management (Financial Management; and Procurement)
    • 6
      Demonstrated experience in development and management of government or development partner funded programs/projects
    • 7
      Staff supervisory experience and demonstrated organizational skills
    • 8
      Proficiency in written and spoken English, Kinyarwanda or French.
  • 9
    Excellent writing skills, presentation skills, strong strategic and analytical skills, computer skills, negotiations skills, interactive and interpersonal communication skills

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Indutsry Competitiveness and Building Program Manager at Rwanda Development Board (RDB): (Deadline 25 January 2024)

Job responsibilities
• Program governance: The program manager takes charge of planning, organizing, and coordinating the entire project lifecycle, from initiation to completion. • Idea Generation and Evaluation: Evaluates ideas based on their feasibility and alignment with RDB strategic objectives. • Program Planning and Execution: The program manager ensures that the project progresses according to plan, monitors breakthroughs, and handles risks and issues that may arise. • Cross-functional Collaboration: The program manager works closely with diverse collaborators and senior managers, facilitates effective communication, coordinate efforts, and ensure alignment across different departments. • Budgeting and Resource Management: The program manager is responsible for developing and handling the project budget, supervises project costs and report on budget performance. • Performance Tracking and Evaluation: The program manager monitors project progress, supervises key performance indicators and critical metrics, and evaluates the project’s success against predefined metrics. Conduct regular project reviews, identify areas for improvement, and implement corrective actions. • Stakeholders’ Engagement: The program manager effectively engages and communicates with project stakeholders, including donors, clients, end-users, and other internal or external parties. Handles expectations, provide updates on project status, and address concerns or feedback throughout the project lifecycle. • Continuous Improvement: The innovation program manager champions a culture of continuous improvement and innovation within RDB by identifying lessons learned from completed projects and integrate standard processes into future initiatives. • Emulate RDB’s core values and image through your behavior, rewarding and voicing for good behaviors within your team as much as you reward technical competence; • Develop the next leadership bench in your team through identifying and working with HR in developing your team’s talent potential e.g. coach, mentor and facilitate development of direct reports; • Design resource mobilization strategies, donor mapping and writing project proposals. • Any other related assignment as may be directed by superior.
Minimum qualifications
    • 1

      Master’s Degree in Human Resource Management

      5 Years of relevant experience

    • 2

      Bachelor’s Degree in Economics

      7 Years of relevant experience

    • 3

      Bachelors in Project Management

      7 Years of relevant experience

    • 4

      Master’s in Economics

      5 Years of relevant experience

    • 5

      Master’s Degree in Project Management

      5 Years of relevant experience

    • 6

      Masters in Management

      5 Years of relevant experience

    • 7

      Masters in Business Administration

      5 Years of relevant experience

    • 8

      Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management

      7 Years of relevant experience

    • 9

      Master’s Degree in Development Studies

      5 Years of relevant experience

  • 10

    Bachelor’s in Business Administration

    7 Years of relevant experience

Required competencies and key technical skills

    • 1
      Strong critical thinking skills and excellent problem solving skills.
    • 2
      Strong management skills with ability to confidently work with senior public officials and private sector leaders;
    • 3
      Strong maProfessional, detail orientated with high performance standards;
    • 4
      Demonstrated excellent leadership and supervisory skills;
    • 5
      Policy and strategy development skills;
    • 6
      Delivery focused, pragmatic, able to multi-task and get things done in a fast paced environment;
    • 7
      Demonstrable working knowledge of fiduciary operations in program/ project management (Financial Management; and Procurement)
    • 8
      Demonstrated experience in development and management of government or development partner funded programs/projects
    • 9
      Staff supervisory experience and demonstrated organizational skills
  • 10
    Proficiency in written and spoken English, Kinyarwanda or French.

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Investment, Tourism, and Business Innovation Program Manager at Rwanda Development Board (RDB): (Deadline 25 January 2024)

Job responsibilities

• Program governance: The program manager takes charge of planning, organizing, and coordinating the entire project lifecycle, from initiation to completion. • Idea Generation and Evaluation: Evaluates ideas based on their feasibility and alignment with RDB strategic objectives. • Program Planning and Execution: The program manager ensures that the project progresses according to plan, monitors breakthroughs, and handles risks and issues that may arise. • Cross-functional Collaboration: The program manager works closely with diverse collaborators and senior managers, facilitates effective communication, coordinate efforts, and ensure alignment across different departments. • Budgeting and Resource Management: The program manager is responsible for developing and handling the project budget, supervises project costs and report on budget performance. • Performance Tracking and Evaluation: The program manager monitors project progress, supervises key performance indicators and critical metrics, and evaluates the project’s success against predefined metrics. Conduct regular project reviews, identify areas for improvement, and implement corrective actions. • Stakeholders’ Engagement: The program manager effectively engages and communicates with project stakeholders, including donors, clients, end-users, and other internal or external parties. Handles expectations, provide updates on project status, and address concerns or feedback throughout the project lifecycle. • Continuous Improvement: The innovation program manager champions a culture of continuous improvement and innovation within RDB by identifying lessons learned from completed projects and integrate standard processes into future initiatives. • Emulate RDB’s core values and image through your behavior, rewarding and voicing for good behaviors within your
Minimum qualifications
    • 1

      Bachelor’s Degree in Economics

      7 Years of relevant experience

    • 2

      Bachelors in Project Management

      7 Years of relevant experience

    • 3

      Master’s in Economics

      5 Years of relevant experience

    • 4

      Master’s Degree in Project Management

      5 Years of relevant experience

    • 5

      Bachelor’s Degree in Development Studies

      7 Years of relevant experience

  • Master’s Degree in Development Studies

    5 Years of relevant experience

Required competencies and key technical skills

    • 1
      Strong maDelivery focused, pragmatic, able to multi-task and get things done in a fast paced environment;
    • 2
      Strong maProfessional, detail orientated with high performance standards;
    • 3
      Policy and strategy development skills;
    • 4
      Strong management skills with ability to confidently work with senior public officials and private sector leaders;
    • 5
      Demonstrable working knowledge of fiduciary operations in program/ project management (Financial Management; and Procurement)
    • 6
      Demonstrated experience in development and management of government or development partner funded programs/projects
    • 7
      Staff supervisory experience and demonstrated organizational skills
    • 8
      Proficiency in written and spoken English, Kinyarwanda or French.
  • 9
    Excellent writing skills, presentation skills, strong strategic and analytical skills, computer skills, negotiations skills, interactive and interpersonal communication skills

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