Digital Finance Technology for Solar Lighting Value Chain in Tanzania – ToR
BRAC UK is looking for a digital technology provider to provide services to it’s ‘Women Entrepreneurship through the Solar Value chain for Economic development’ (WE SolVE) initiative in Tanzania. The project seeks to pilot and test three innovative business and technology model(s), delivered in partnership, to overcome the current market failures that considerably limit sales and jobs growth in last mile solar lighting value chains, and catalyse the sustained growth of the Tanzanian solar lighting sector.
The objective is to support BRAC Tanzania Finance Limited (BRAC TF) to develop a set of digital tools and platform (“Toolset”) to support the approval, disbursement and collection of Solar Loan product(s) in collaboration with our sales and service agent partner Solar Sister.
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How to apply
Interested vendors are requested to submit their proposal at the latest by 15.02.2019 via email to email@example.com. The proposal should be a maximum of 5 pages and consist of:
– Remarks to this ToR and the proposed methodology, as far as the vendor proposes to take a different approach;
– A sketch or outline of digitization options for each of the three proposed models
– Summary profiles of proposed staff;
– Planning and budget, according to the methodology described in this ToR and showing staff deployment per activity;
– Organisations Annual Accounts for past two years
– CVs of the proposed staff.
Finance & Resources Officer – Full time
BRAC, a global leader in developing cost-effective, evidence-based poverty innovations in extremely poor, conflict-prone and post-disaster settings, is looking for a Finance and Resources Officer to join our small but dynamic UK team.
We are seeking an enthusiastic and competent finance professional who is looking to join an organisation that makes a very real difference to the lives of vulnerable people around the world.
The Finance and Resources Officer is a key support role in delivering a professional finance support service for Finance and the wider team, responsible for dealing in a timely and effective way with all finance and grant funding matters, and some general office and HR administration. Your main aim will be to ensure robust finance and office management systems are operated that meet the needs and requirements of BRAC UK and our programme partners, donors, funders and UK law.
This is a full time role and will be based at our office in Wootton Street, Southwark, a short walk from both Waterloo and Southwark underground stations.
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How to Apply
Send your CV and a covering letter outlining how you meet the requirements of the role in no more than 2 pages to firstname.lastname@example.org (please put Finance and Resources Officer in the subject line).
The closing date is 31st January 2018, but don’t delay as suitable applicants may be contacted and interviewed during the application period.
Safeguarding – BRAC UK takes its safeguarding responsibilities seriously, and has a range of policies to support effective training and reporting to protect people, particularly children, at risk adults and beneficiaries of assistance, from any harm that may be caused due to their coming into contact with BRAC UK.
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