CCL Global Sub-Saharan Africa opportunities, july 2023 - Millkun

CCL Global Sub-Saharan Africa opportunities, july 2023

CCL Global Sub-Saharan Africa opportunities
CCL Global Sub-Saharan Africa opportunities

CCL Global Sub-Saharan Africa opportunities;CCL Global Sub-Saharan Africa is established in 1981, our family-owned and privately run business continues to provide exceptional talent and workforce solutions across the energy, civil, manufacturing, and automotive tech landscape.

Our Founder, Peter Maltby, believed in doing things the right way and throughout the years, we’ve grown organically, successfully expanding into new markets and territories. We intentionally set up our international offices locally and partner with local entities in the regions we’ve settled in, allowing us to provide hands-on, regional knowledge and support and add value to our clients, consultants, and the candidates we work with.

The key principles of Quality, Integrity, and Community, which we started with five decades ago, can still be recognised across our personalized services and the long-term relationships we build with our network.

Although Peter sadly passed away in December 2021, his son Chris, Managing Director (along with his senior management) continues to carry the business forward. Together, they focus on building on our heritage and securing CCL as an integral part of the past, present, and future of those we serve.

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CCL Global Sub-Saharan Africa opportunities
CCL Global Sub-Saharan Africa opportunities


•   Develop a detailed understanding of the suite of CLIENT’S RAPs, livelihood restoration plans and vulnerable peoples’ plan in each RAP

•   Support the implementation of the RAP Implementation monitoring programme across all project work areas

•   Maintain vulnerable households register (VHR) – liaising with the Zonal team leads, Livelihoods Manager to identify Project Affected Households that need urgent follow up or extended support (VHR remains stable but additional needs are identified separately)

•   Receive from RAP teams details of PAPs requiring to be on a close watch list and follow up to review and confirm

•   Monitor all physically displaced PAPs in designated work areas on a monthly basis for first 12 months then quarterly including their receipt of transitional support, and participation in relevant livelihoods programmes

•   Quarterly monitoring of PAPs in following categories – 3000 vulnerable households category 1 and 2 (excluding tenants); Livelihood Restoration Groups 2 and 3 and vulnerable households in group 5 (visit should be staggered with other livelihoods teams visits)

•   Oversight of category 3 PAPs through a planned monitoring programme

•   Monitoring of PAHs receiving transitional support on a monthly basis, identify any weaknesses and corrective actions especially during cash transfer periods

•   Support to vulnerable households in the filing and resolution of grievances

•   Coordinating with Grievance Administrator to ensure that all grievances are addressed, and questions answered in a timely manner and feedback communicated back

•   If requested, support the relocation of physically displaced PAPs to their replacement housing and ensure understanding of replacement housing maintenance requirements

•   Identify and implementing any specific measures required to support vulnerable households identified as recipients of livelihood restoration support to participate in the implementation of these programmes

•   Identifying any accessibility challenges for vulnerable PAPs to participate in livelihood restoration programmes

•   Collecting and transmitting to Zonal Lead requested vulnerability monitoring data and relevant reports

•   Prepare and submit daily, weekly and monthly reports to the Zonal Lead as required by the reporting system

•   Provide any additional support to the Livelihoods Restoration and wider land team as required.

Qualifications/Experience required

Advanced Degree in Social Sciences, Anthropology, Community Development, Environmental Sciences/ Management or related discipline, required

•   10 – 15 years of professional experience in working with rural communities required, industry or public sector project experience, preferred

•   Experience implementing livelihoods, vulnerability or community development projects, required

•   Experience with monitoring and evaluation of livelihoods, resilience or vulnerability programmes, required

•   Excellent communication skills with a proven ability to develop and maintain good relations with stakeholders, negotiation, conflict management skills required

•   Proven ability to multitask, work independently, and deliver meaningful reports to senior management essential

•   Excellent and proven data management skills and attention to detail required

•   Excellent Computer and analytical skills, including excel required

•   Fluency in English and Swahili (written and spoken) essential.

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