Regional Representative for West Africa

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Recruiting Organization: Seeding Africa

ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION.

Seeding Africa is a charitable organization founded by Africans on the continent and in the

Diaspora. The founders of this organization thought it wise to come together and make Africa

self-reliant on food production.

The main aim of this organization is to source and supply organic seeds to local farming

communities on the continent to feed its people, thus Feeding our Future.

Seeding Africa is committed to the principles of non-discrimination and diversity and

is particularly interested in receiving applications from a broad spectrum of qualified

applicants.

Seeding Africa never asks for any payment during the recruitment process. It is entirely

free.

Job description

As a Regional Representative in Diaspora your role is integral to the success of Seeding Africa.

Seeding Africa Regional Representatives responsibilities within their region include;

- Raising awareness of Seed's activities

- interaction with local Guild member

- Building and maintaining the positive psychology community

- Part of an international network of representatives

- Ambassador who helps further Seed's overarching mission to create a community for

members

- Reporting regional activities to local members

- Maintain membership with Seeding Africa & promote Seeding Africa membership

- Point of contact for your designated geographic region

- Maintain site representatives contact information, as applicable (name, region, and e-mail

address)

- Support site representatives, as needed

Greet members (new and old) in your geographic region

- Attend monthly meetings with the Seeding Africa Executive Team

- Provide regular updates to Seeding Africa Executive Team regarding activity within the region

- Organise and facilitate monthly regional meetings & disseminate minutes to regional members

- Protect membership information in a confidential manner

Qualifications and Requirement

● Advanced Degree in International Development, International Relations, Business, or its

equivalent in a relevant field.

● Knowledge of the international humanitarian sector including the major current

humanitarian policy issues and trends (especially related to NEARs strategic priorities);

● Experience leading or supporting networks and managing diverse relationships;

● Knowledge of the major humanitarian settings in the region;

● Demonstrated experience in engaging with political, humanitarian and development

actors in the region, including those outside the UN and NGO sectors;

● Preferred experience working with national/regional-level NGO Networks/Fora;

● Experience working in challenging environments and on complex issues under pressure


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Wheelchair Accessible

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Fee Amount: None

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