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2012 WWB Fellowship Program

Reference: JOB977

Women’s World Banking (WWB) is the only microfinance network explicitly focused on supporting women. Headquartered in New York City, WWB supports the needs of 26 millionclients, 80% of whom are women, through a network partnership of 39 microfinance institutions in 27 countries across Asia, Africa and Latin America. WWB works with these institutions to design financial products and services that fulfill the needs of our clients. The mission of WWB is to expand the economic assets, participation and power of low-income women and their households by helping them access financial services, knowledge and markets.

Women’s World Banking Seeks Fellows to Support Our Mission to Economically Empower Women and their Families

The WWB Fellowship Program enables future global leaders in microfinance and women’s economic empowerment to experience the challenges and rewards of contributing to an organization that works diligently to create financial opportunities for low income women. Over a 2-year period, Fellows will deliver solutions for our organization and our network member institutions concerning an array of microfinance initiatives including: credit, savings, youth products, financial education and microinsurance.

Fellows will be based in our New York City office starting in June 2012. Travel in the field may be required. WWB will give preference to those with demonstrated abilities to tackle the type of work required to best support the needs of our clients in developing countries.

Fellows will have the opportunity to rotate throughout different departments, which may include:

  • Development – raising the necessary financial support to ensure competitive and effective program delivery. The team manages all donor relations and major fundraising events. The donors represent a global footprint of support for WWB.
  • Programs
    • Research – performs market research to identify the needs of our clients and measure the impact of our products and services. Much of the research is done in the field.
    • Microfinance Products – based on the findings of Research, this team designs products and services to serve the needs of our clients, expanding financial opportunities to women. The team deploys the products and services to network members through various testing, training, and scaling efforts.
    • Network Engagement – ensures the coordination and sharing of information amongst network members through global meetings, exchanges, and major conferences.
  • Center for Microfinance Leadership – offers competitive, industry leading management training and mentorship to network member CEOs and top management.
  • Branding and Communications – positions WWB as the leading global NGO serving the economic interests of women. The team disseminates information through various medias, including publications, social media, press, and major events.
  • Finance – ensures financial sustainability and growth through financial management, reporting and investing. Partners with Development and Programs to structure various initiatives and project coordination.
  • Special Projects – WWB is always looking forward and manages multiple special projects at any given time. These projects are typically priority initiatives run out of the president’s office.

Examples of current WWB initiatives:

  • Working with network institutions in Latin America on a 3-year project to expand access to credit for rural women. Project entails market research, product design, institutional implementation, rollout to clients, and monitoring and evaluation.
  • Making the business case that women are better borrowers through the development and global application of gender performance indicators.
  • Partnering with a top-tier branding firm to further establish WWB as the leader in women’s economic empowerment.

WWB welcomes applicants who:

  • Are independent, open minded, intuitive, and eager to contribute to an innovative microfinance network organization.
  • Have experience with and a level of comfort in working across departments.
  • Possess skilled written and verbal communications skills.
  • Can demonstrate empathy towards and commitment to changing the lives of those in low-income communities around the world through a dedication to microfinance, economic development, project management, banking, or development.
  • Have applied their passion for microfinance beyond academic projects.
  • Demonstrate competency in understanding both macro and micro components of microfinance, from policy and regulation to the needs of a mother and entrepreneur in Asia, Africa or Latin America.
  • Have participated in microfinance industry events, conferences, social media, blogs, or program design.

Additional requirements:

  • We seek candidates with minimum of 2-years work experience or a relevant graduate degree in business administration, international development, finance or economics.
  • Fluency in written and spoken English/Spanish or English/French is required.
  • Ability to legally work in the United States for a minimum of 2-years; no visa sponsorship available.

How to Apply:

Our application process is highly competitive and open to interested candidates from across the globe. Please submit your application by February 24, 2012 via e-mail atfellowship@swwb.orgPlease find details regarding the application process below:

Submission requirements

Please include the following items in your submission:

  • A current resume
  • A one-page cover letter articulating why you will succeed at WWB
  • An essay of 500 words (or less) telling us about an experience you’ve had with a culture other than your own that changed your perspective in some way. Different cultural experiences are up to you to define. It can be a different city, village or country.
  • Three professional references. Please provide name, title and telephone number.

Our application process is highly competitive and open to interested candidates from across the globe. Please submit your application by February 24, 2012.

Find full details regarding the application process here: WWB Fellowship Application

http://www.swwb.org/about/jobs/2012-wwb-fellowship-program-deadline-february-24-2012

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2011 European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR) Country-Based Support Scheme (CBSS) Call for Proposals

Title: 2011 European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR) Country-Based Support Scheme (CBSS) Call for Proposals

Call Publication Reference: EuropeAid/131-574/L/ACT/NG

Publication Date: December 13, 2011

The European Union has launched the 2011 European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR) Country-Based Support Scheme (CBSS) Call for Proposals for projects to be implemented in Nigeria with financial assistance from the EIDHR programme of the European Communities. The full Guidelines for Applicants and other annexes are available below:

The deadline for the submission of proposals is:March 2, 2012 at 12:00 noon local time.

Click on links below to download the full Guidelines for consultation.

Guidelines

Annex A – Grant Application Form

Annex B – Budget

Annex C – Logical Framework

Annex D – Legal Entity Form – Private Company

Annex D – Legal Entity Form – Public Company

Annex E – Financial Identification Form

Annex F – PADOR Offline Form

Annex I – Daily  Allowance Rates 

Annex L – Address Form for Submission Envelopes

Official Website:

http://www.delnga.ec.europa.eu/call4proposals/2011/EIDHR_CBSS_CFP2011/2011_EIDHR_notice_of_call_for_proposals.htm

About ediaro. com

For over 5 years ediaro.com (a member of Fladio International Nigeria Limited) has provided web solutions and advertising for public and private sectors. Our main division is Computer and Information Technology. Thanks to our flexible approach towards the development of new solutions, we have often been at the inception of digital revolution and incorporating the most recent technologies. When you partner with ediaro.com, you are associating with one of Africa's best company for your ICT needs, we are the 1st Nigerian Company listed on the Economic Community for West African States (ECOWAS) ECOBIZ computer session in 2010. Focusing on quality, reliability and design of our products and services has brought us customers and partnership with local and Multinational Companies such as United Bank for Africa Plc (UBA), Interswitch Limited, Stanbic IBTC Bank Plc among others. Our current customer portfolio covers individuals, companies and Government agencies across the globe including Nigeria, India, United Kingdom, Mozambique and United States of America.

Microsoft-Redmond Lab Internship Program

Microsoft-Redmond Lab Internship Program 


In the Microsoft Research Redmond Lab , we work hard, but we also know you can’t work all the time. Well, you can. But you’ll miss all the really fun things to do in and around Seattle.

Intern Benefits

As an intern, you will meet new people, work on real projects, and get hands-on experience working in an exciting research area. Approximately 6-8 weeks before your internship begins, one of our Relocation Specialists will contact you by e-mail to provide additional detail on your travel, housing, and transportation options.

Microsoft Research offers the following benefits:

  • We take care of getting you here 
    If you plan to fly, we will provide you with an airline ticket via the most direct route to and from your Microsoft location. Upon arrival, we will reimburse you for your taxi fare. If you plan to drive, we will reimburse you per mile for the most direct route to Microsoft.
  • Subsidized housing 
    We will set you up in subsidized housing fully furnished with the necessities. If you would like to share an apartment, we will match you up with roommates. Microsoft will even pay for your basic cable, electricity, and water. In addition, we offer free housecleaning services.
  • Help with shipping 
    We will contribute toward shipping expenses to help you get your personal items to and from your new location.
  • Subsidized car rental 
    We subsidize car rental to ensure that you will be able to check out the area.
  • Software discounts 
    As an intern, you are eligible for discounts on Microsoft software and hardware. Interns can spend up to $350 per year on these discounted items.
  • Health club membership 
    Microsoft will cover your health club fees at a gym close to the Redmond campus. You will have to pay taxes on the market value of your club membership.
  • Intern events 
    Interns are invited to lectures and special events sponsored by Microsoft and Microsoft Research. This is a good opportunity to learn about Microsoft, its teams and projects while meeting other people or getting to know the Puget Sound area.
  • Intern orientation and mentoring 
    During the first week, you will participate in an intern orientation and learn about your internship, your team, and Microsoft in general. You will meet with your mentor, an advisor who will introduce you to the team and your team’s projects, give you advice, and help you ensure that your internship will be successful.
  • Salary 
    Microsoft Research intern salaries are highly competitive and compare favorably with intern salaries in other companies.
  • Bike purchase plan 
    We give you a choice of using the subsidized rental car plan or participating in the bike purchase plan. We will contribute toward the cost of a bike and helmet.
  • Free bus pass 
    Get around the city with your free Microsoft bus pass.
Visit official website:
https://research.microsoft.com/apps/tools/jobs/intern.aspx

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Internships at shell Nigeria.

Internships

Think of our internships as a crash course in what it’s like to work for one of the world’s most forward thinking energy companies. Which means real work in real Shell teams, working alongside our top people. This is not work experience; this is working for Shell, on real projects specifically matched to your interests and abilities.

Lasting anywhere from eight weeks and twelve months, our internships are not only paid, they’ll also give you invaluable exposure and experience at Shell.

  • What’s it all about?

    As one of our interns, you’ll benefit from regular and structured performance evaluation from your mentor and direct supervisor. You’ll also receive direct feedback to help you to enhance your strengths and build on any areas for development.

    As your internship will be fully assessed against real tasks and targets, we gain a very rounded view of your skills and capabilities. Succeed in your internship and you could be offered a full-time position at Shell when you graduate. It’s a simple and direct route into Shell.

    Why should I consider it?

    There are countless reasons why you should consider an internship with us. First and foremost, our internships represent an excellent opportunity to gain invaluable business experience – experience that will help you in whatever career you choose when you graduate. Secondly, this is a chance to see first-hand what it would be like to work for Shell.

    On an internship with us, you can expect to:

    • See what the energy industry is really like, from the inside
    • Take part in interesting, live projects
    • Take on real business challenges
    • Get to know current Shell employees and other students
    • Find out whether you would enjoy working at Shell
    • Track the long-term results of your work
    • Build valuable work experience, skills and knowledge.

About ediaro. com

For over 5 years ediaro.com (a member of Fladio International Nigeria Limited) has provided web solutions and advertising for public and private sectors. Our main division is Computer and Information Technology. Thanks to our flexible approach towards the development of new solutions, we have often been at the inception of digital revolution and incorporating the most recent technologies. When you partner with ediaro.com, you are associating with one of Africa's best company for your ICT needs, we are the 1st Nigerian Company listed on the Economic Community for West African States (ECOWAS) ECOBIZ computer session in 2010. Focusing on quality, reliability and design of our products and services has brought us customers and partnership with local and Multinational Companies such as United Bank for Africa Plc (UBA), Interswitch Limited, Stanbic IBTC Bank Plc among others. Our current customer portfolio covers individuals, companies and Government agencies across the globe including Nigeria, India, United Kingdom, Mozambique and United States of America.

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