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About Us: The Tax Justice Network - Africa (TJN-A) is a Pan African initiative and member of the Global Alliance for Tax Justice. 

TJN-A was established in 2007 at the World Social Forum in Nairobi and aims to promote socially just, democratic and progressive taxation systems in Africa. 

It advocates for pro-poor taxation systems and the strengthening of tax regimes to promote domestic resource mobilization.

TJN-A aims to challenge harmful tax policies and practices that favour the wealthy and those that aggravate and perpetuate inequality. 

One of the main purposes of the initiative is to mainstream tax justice in the economic policy and development discourse in Africa. 

TJN-A provides a platform dedicated to enabling African researchers, campaigners and policy makers to cooperate in the struggle against illicit capital flight, tax evasion, tax competition and other harmful trends in tax policy and practice. 

East African Tax and Governance Network The East Africa Tax and Governance Network (EATGN) was formed out of a process that started in late 2009 and has since expanded to include 13 member organizations1 with the initial aim of increasing stakeholder engagement and public debate on tax and governance issues in Kenya and across East Africa. 

The overall goal of the network is to “contribute to a just, transparent and citizen-driven tax system that promotes equality, participation and accountability in East Africa”. 

Since inception, the Network has engaged on a number of tax issues mostly in Kenya; through conducting research and carrying out follow up advocacy activities targeting different stakeholders including policy makers in Government, Legislators in the East African Region, the media and the public. 

Organization: Tax Justice Network - Africa (TJN-A)
 
Vacancy: EATGN Coordinator 

Location: Nairobi

Work Type:
 Full Time
 
Description: Provide secretariat services to the EATGN and represent the organization at relevant national and international meetings. 
 
TJN-A as the host of EATGN is looking for suitable candidates to fill in the position of Coordinator to be based in Nairobi, Kenya.   

EATGN Coordinator   
 
Duties and Responsibilities
  • Provide secretariat services to the EATGN and represent the organization at relevant national and international meetings
  • Fundraise for future EATGN projects in collaboration with the TJN-A secretariat and as approved by the EATGN steering committee;
  • Coordinate EATGN steering committee meetings;
  • Jointly with EATGN members develop mechanisms leading to the institutionalization of EATGN
  • Work towards the recruitment of members from East African countries other than Kenya;
  • In liaison with EATGN members develop and Implement EATGN annual work plan
  • Any other relevant task as may be assigned by the TJN-A Executive Director or the EATGN steering committee.  
Key Qualifications:
  • A considerable experience in development-related research in government, Non-Governmental Organizations or in a research institute environment;
  • Sound and informed knowledge of development economics and the broader international development agenda and particularly in the East Africa region;
  • A proven experience in writing policy briefs, commissioning policy reports and lobbying decision-makers will be desirable;
  • Knowledge in strategic planning Strong communication skills;
  • Experience in fundraising and management of donor funds;
  • Great interpersonal skills; At least three years’ experience in a similar position;
  • A graduate level in any branch of economics, political science or related discipline;
  • A post graduate qualification in the same field is desirable;
  • Previous engagement with the Network would be an added advantage.  

Vacancy: Information Management Assistant 

Company: The Tax Justice Network - Africa (TJN-A)

Location: Nairobi
 
Job Category: IT & Telecoms
 
Work Type: Full Time
 
Description: Making weekly data backups, creating and maintaining an institutional database. 
 
The role provides tremendous opportunities for growth and a fantastic working environment.   
 
Duties and Responsibilities:
 
1. Management of databases at the Secretariat (20%) 
  • Making weekly data backups, creating and maintaining an institutional database  
2. Management of Information at the secretariat (40%) 
  • Comprehensively operationalize the IMS system 
  • Update the system and generate outputs from the IT as and when it is needed systematically enter ready coded files and list serves into the MIS 
  • Support higher level library and information management functions including but not limited to processing of incoming and outgoing records and correspondences, management of records and library databases and systems. 
  • Ensure smooth running of the IMS Induct the rest of the staff and mainstream the use of the system in their daily routine 
  • Monitor to ensure proper usage and smooth running of all information systems at the Secretariat  
3. Management of available publications both online and offline (20%) 
  • Spearhead the sorting process of physical publications before entry into SQLITE 
  • Manage TJN-A’ library for access to all staff and authorized visitors and attend to user (Internal/external) requests for reading, reference and research materials. 
  • Manages online and offline library 
  • Cataloguing and correct filing of all new publications acquired 
  • Ensure that library materials are kept in good condition, custody and are accessible for 
  • Guide and train Staff/Authorized visitors on library related systems and procedures to enable access to available reading materials 
  • Advice Management and Staff on library related matters and needs. 
  • Initiate the development of modern information and research services and promote the utilization of the Library. 
  • Classify, index and store all library materials following appropriate procedures.  
4. Management of publications and materials ready for dissemination (10%) 
  • Prepare publications for dissemination at campaigns and different events hosted by TJN-A (or where TJN-A is participating) 
  • Monitor and periodically evaluate the utilization of the library and generate reports as planned. 
  • Request for printing of relevant publications when copes are running out  
5. Administration (10%) 
  • Prepare the information management budget. 
  • Lead on the procurements of information management materials/services
  • Prepare the annual information management plans 
  • Liaise with the supervisor on when and how to source internship services  
Key Qualifications and Competencies
  • The Information Management Assistant should have a Degree in Library and Information Science (BLIS), Computer Science or Business Computing.
  • A relevant Post Graduate qualification in records or information management or relevant professional IT qualification will be an added advantage.
  • The applicant must have a minimum of 2 years relevant working experience in records and information management services.
  • Experience in Library Management, ICT Skills, Data Management Skills, Communication Skills, Analytical skills, and Interpersonal Skills is highly desired.
  • Ability to work in a multicultural environment, a, self-starter, and able to work under pressure English is a must and French desirable.  
How to Apply: 
 
Please submit your motivational letter and up- to -date CV to recruit@taxjusticeafrica.net   
 

Closing Date: 7th August 2015

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