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Oxfam in Malawi is looking for a results-oriented Malawian to take up a Project Coordinator position for Extractive Industries to be based in Lilongwe. Under the supervision of the Governance Programme Manager the incumbent will work to build capacity of targeted communities on Free Prior Informed Consent (FPIC) and strengthen the capacity of local structures to provide space for women and young people to influence EI decision makers from the public and private sectors.
The incumbent will also implement an innovative project on youth-led transparency to test how citizens can govern the industry and make it more transparent, working closely with media houses, academic institutions and wider civil society. Platforms for stakeholders to monitor revenue from EI and test the functionality of contract negotiation structures will be created and expanded
The incumbent will also convene strategic collaborators such as members of the Natural Resource Justice Network, Extractives Industry Transparency Initiatives and Publish What you Pay coalition to analyse the strengths and weaknesses of EI contracts, and formulate strategies to support government and other stakeholders on the policy frameworks, and other recommendations for effective and participatory governance of the sector. To influence investors, the incumbent will work with external pressure points, mainly through affiliates from whose country’s investors are licensed to EI. The incumbent will actively learn from the various interventions to make recommendations towards how this emerging sector could not only be governed effectively but be an example for how other sectors could improve their accountability.
Applicants should at least have a minimum of:
How to apply
Candidates are advised to carefully go through the Key Responsibilities, Skills and Competencies for the position on our website:
Deadline for Receiving Applications:
Applications complete in all respects should be sent only through
or www.oxfam.org.uk quoting Ref INT6849 on or before 25th September 2020. Only short-listed applicants will be acknowledged.
We are committed to ensuring diversity and gender equality within our organization. Qualified female candidates and people living with HIV are encouraged to apply.