Job Opportunity at TradeMark East Africa, Head of Human Resources
Head of Human Resources
TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) is an ald-for-trade organisation that was established with the aim of growing prosperity in East Africa through increased trade. TMEA. which is funded by a range of development agencies, operates on a notfor- profit basis. TMEA is funded by the development agencies of the following countries: French Development Agency (AFD). Belgium. Canada. Denmark. Finland. Irish Aid, the Netherlands. Norway. United Kingdom. United States of America and the European Union. We work closely with East African Community (EAQ institutions, national governments. the private sector, and civil society organisations to increase trade by unlocking economic potential through increased physical access to markets, enhanced trade environment and improved business competitiveness. We believe that enhanced trade contributes to economic growth, a reduction in poverty and subsequently increased prosperity. TMEA has Its headquarters in Nairobi. Kenya with branches and operations in Arusha (at the East African Community). Burundi. Democratic Republic of Congo. Ethiopia. Hargelsa, Rwanda. South Sudan. Tanzania, and Uganda. TMEA is now expanding its trade facilitation programme and launching operations in Djibouti and Malawi. We are looking for high calibre, results-orlented and experienced professionals to join our team in the positions below.
The job holder is responsible for developing and delivering TMEA’s human resources strategy including the acquisition, development and retention of staff to meet TMEA’s corporate objectives. S/he is expected to provide strategic advice, leadership and direction in the development and implementation of a results-driven performance management culture, succession planning strategy, progressive staff welfare policies and strategies, organisational development initiatives and ensuring staff motivation and a conducive working environment.
The deadline for submitting the application is 27 August 2021.