Work with WUSC

Become a part of the WUSC team!

WUSC is always looking for highly skilled and knowledgeable candidates to help in the success of our programs and organization. We offer a wide range of opportunities in Canada and overseas. Additional opportunities to consult on WUSC projects arise periodically. To register in our consultant database, please click here.

 

Current Opportunities

Senior Financial Analyst

As Senior Financial Analyst (SFA) you will be involved in almost every aspect of the Financial Management including Budgeting, Reporting and Grant Management. You will be a proactive team player, with an ability to multi-task and work with a creative team that values feminisms, courage and nimbleness. You will be part of an exciting period of growth and transition for the organization. Read more...

Location: Ottawa, Canada | Deadline to Apply: March 12, 2017


Stewardship and Fund Development Specialist

The Stewardship and Fund Development Specialist works with our vast network of alumni to continue their engagement with WUSC and reaches out into new networks and communities to raise WUSC’s profile in Canada. She/he plays a central role in helping WUSC to innovate and grow.  Read more...

Location: Ottawa, Canada | Deadline to Apply: Ongoing until the position is filled


TVET Accreditation Specialist (consultancy)

The principal objective of this consulting assignment is to provide COTVET technical assistance for the development and operation of its system of accreditation. COTVET is the government body responsible for the design, development, and regulation of TVET Competency-based Training TVET programs in Ghana.  Read more...

Location: Ghana | Deadline to Apply: March 19, 2017


TVET National Qualification Framework Specialist (consultancy)

The principal objective of this consulting assignment is to provide COTVET technical assistance for the development and operation of TVET- Industry Linkages. Read more...

Location: Ghana| Deadline to Apply: March 19, 2017


Regional Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Advisor- WAGES

WUSC and CECI are jointly implementing the West Africa Governance & Economic Sustainability in Extractive Areas (WAGES) in Burkina Faso, Ghana, and Guinea. Working in partnership with communities, local government, mining companies, and other stakeholders, WAGES will enable communities, particularly women and youth, to maximize the socio-economic benefits from extractive resource investment in West Africa. The project’s principal areas of focus include local governance, sustainable and inclusive economic growth, and regional knowledge-sharing on development best practices in mining areas.  Read more...

Location: Ghana, Burkina Faso or Guinée | Deadline to Apply: March 18, 2017


 

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