Palladium Jobs in Tanzania : Team Leader, Human Development Innovation Fund
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- Company: Palladium
- Location: Tanzania
- State: Dar Es Salaam Jobs
- Job type: Full-Time
- Job category: Administrative/Secretarial Jobs in Tanzania
Project Overview and Role
Palladium is seeking a Team Leader for the Human Development Innovation Fund (HDIF) in Tanzania, which is a ?39.4m UKAid-funded programme managed by Palladium International in partnership with KPMG, Newcastle University, and IDS.
Working in collaboration with Tanzania’s Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH), HDIF seeks to accelerate the testing and scaling of innovations in health, education, water, sanitation, and hygiene in Tanzania.
To catalyse the development of new models of service delivery, the use of new technologies, involvement of new providers and establishment of new partnerships, HDIF implements (1) strategy and interventions to strengthen Tanzania’s innovation ecosystem in place and implemented, (2) grant mechanisms to effectively and efficiently identify, select and support projects through the innovation fund, and (3) strengthen the innovation evidence base in Tanzania and translate findings and lessons learned into policy and practice.
HDIF in its 5th year of implementation with plans to deliver through July 2021. The programme is a high-profile, priority innovation programme with Palladium, DFID, and the science, technology and innovation stakeholders in Tanzania. Exemplified by a track record of 4 consecutive years of A+ ratings in independent Annual Reviews, HDIF continues to draw interest and engagement within the leadership of Palladium and major social innovation players. In addition to a track record of high-level engagement and exceeding impact targets, the new Team Leader will inherit a quality, active, and stable team that is empowered and utilizing best-practice in learning and adaptation to continue successful delivery.
The new Team Leader will be expected to bring strategic vision, technical quality, and mentoring to the HDIF team and its partners. In aggregate, HDIF’s culture and team embody an entrepreneurial spirit. Although already implementing for several years, HDIF has the culture, team, and resources to consider and deliver new strategies and activities that will be developed under the new Team Leader’s leadership. This is an excellent opportunity for a leader with a desire and capacity to balance donor-funded project delivery with progressive development concepts around health, education, water, sanitation, social entrepreneurship, science and technology, and youth jobs and skills.
Read more about HDIF at www.hdif-tz.org.