TradeMark East Africa Vacancies, July 2023

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TradeMark Africa ( formerly TradeMark East Africa) is an organisation funded by a range of development agencies with the aim of growing prosperity in Africa through trade. TMA works closely with East African Community (EAC) institutions, national governments, the private sector and civil society organisations.

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TradeMark East Africa Vacancies

Position: Regional Director, East and Central Africa (JG3) – 2023

Deadline date – Friday, 21 July 2023

The Regional Director (East & Central Africa) oversees TradeMark Africa’s programme delivery in East and Central Africa at the country level through developing and implementing TMA’s in-country strategies and programmes to generate the required results.

S/he will be responsible for liaising with external partners and stakeholders and other major programmes of key development partners, to establish TMA as a significant and respected organisation and programme, in response to the challenges of regional trade and integration in East and Central Africa.

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Position: Senior Director, Trade Environment

Deadline date – Friday, 21 July 2023

A key member of TradeMark Africa’s (TMA’s) Senior Management Team, the Senior Director, Trade Environment is responsible for ensuring programme technical quality and operational delivery of TMA’s Trade Environment programmes and projects that aim to enhance market access by reducing barriers to trade for the growth of intra-Africa trade and trade between Africa and the rest of the world.

In particular, s/he will ensure that TMA’s objectives, and associated strategic impacts, outcomes and outputs, are achieved around: improving the standards regime, implementing a Sanitary and Phytosanitary (SPS) programme; improving trade processes and systems, including Information and Communications Technology (ICT); and improving the trade regulatory environment including reduction of Non-Tariff Barriers (NTBs).

The job holder will ensure alignment of trade environment goals to TMA’s strategy, and the linkages between interventions in trade policy and facilitation, standards and SPS, Continental and regional integration policies, and ICT are mainstreamed in all aspects of TMA’s work and practice, and clearly linked to organisational objectives at both national, regional/corridor and continental levels.

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