National Content Advisor (Enterprise Development Center)

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Mozambique, , Mozambique

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POSITION: National Content Advisor (Enterprise Development Center)
REPORTS TO: National Content Supervisor
LOCATION: Maputo (with regular travel to Pemba, Palma and other districts of Mozambique)

Please note: This position is only open to Mozambican nationals.

All CVs must be in English.


The National Content Advisor focuses on the Mamba Midstream Project. The role is characterized by:
- Support establishing the Enterprise Development Center (EDC) offices in coordination with the center partners and management team
- Monitor the performance of the different initiatives sponsored by the Center and recommend/implement improvement measures
- Coordinate business development opportunities between the Center and the project different contractors including the EPC contractor and sub-contractors


Responsibilities of the National Content Advisor shall include the following:
- Support the development of the Enterprise Development Center (EDC) concept (scope, schedule, execution plans, and identification of local partners..etc)
- Ensure the timely inauguration of the Center different offices by working closely with the Center management and the partners
- Assist the Center management, as required, in developing the different center pillars including managing the registration portal, training courses/materials, website, business and financial advisory and information services and tools..etc
- Assist the center management in identifying Quality and Safety international training programs and accreditation to be offered to the business community through the Center
- Monitor the performance of the Center different initiatives and services provided to ensure that it meets the pre-determined needs and the Center objectives
- Ensure that all the center services, activities and courses are provided to the highest professional standards
- Develop a marketing strategy that achieves optimum utilization of the EDC services, consistent with the project objectives in coordination with the Center management.
- Promote the image of the project EDC as the partner of choice for national Small and Medium Enterprises
- Facilitate the interface between the Center, including its partners and the project contractors including the EPC and the sub-contractors
- Support the sustainability of the Center through the timely transfer of knowledge and the transition of the Center management responsibilities from the leading partner to the local partner
- Develop the Center reporting requirements and performance metrics that meet and exceed the project, the regulator and the external stakeholders needs
- Analyze and report to Center performance metrics
- Perform other related activities as directed by the project management


- Tertiary qualification in Law, Business, Social Science & Humanities, Lands, Anthropology or related field
- Minimum 10 years business, government, financial institution, training or auditing experience
- Team leadership skill in alignment, empowerment and continuously improving team performance
- Experience in providing sound business and financial advisory services
- Commercial knowledge complemented with community and external affairs understanding is essential
- Knowledge in Qualify and Safety accreditation and certification
- Knowledge of legislations applicable to the Mozambique petroleum industry
- Good appreciation of government systems and contacts
- Strong report writing and presentation skills
- High level of interpersonal skills in a multi-cultural work environment
- Excellent oral and written communication skills Proven management and leadership skills
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; persuasive with strong business perspective
- Adaptable to changing priorities
- Ability to assess and act on project resource needs
- Experience with interacting with a variety of external entities (e.g., government agencies, NGOs, business community, Government agencies, Financial institutions, EPCs)
- Portuguese and English language proficiency coupled with knowledge of one or several of the local languages used in Cabo Delgado (Swahili, Kimwani, Makonde and Makwe)