Saturday, August 23, 2014

Grant Writer / Academic/Research Writer

We are looking for one or two professional writers with experience in #1. writing grant applications or / and #2. researching and writing qualitative and /or quantitative academic research papers on various business topics, preferably in high impact factor, SSCI journal levels, such as Academy of Management journals or MIS Quarterly.

Applicants for job #1 -grant writers -needs significant experience writing grant applications & winning grant funds.

Applicants for job #2 -academic research & writing applicants - needs significant experience preparing, researching and publishing high-impact factor, SSCI business articles.

Applicants must email their writing samples. Applicants should know qualitative or quantitative research methods and statistics, have perfect English writing skills, and be well versed in the different referencing styles such as APA, MLA, etc; plagiarism & plagiarism detection software, such as Duplichecker; & spell, grammar, & style checking programs. The best applicants for the research writing will know how to access online academic journals from databases, such as EBSCO, SCOPUS (Elsevier), Taylor and Francis (Informaworld) & JSTOR sites.

If you meet the requirements, then send a resume, compensation expectations and 3 samples of your writing. Reasonable base pay will be provided, together with very attractive bonuses. The main focus of the organization is DEVELOPING grant work to fund research and development of entrepreneurial programs for poverty alleviation; online education promotion of MOOCs & OERs; social media development; and management of info systems online. The applicants will work for Sean Watts, the Chairman of Business and Economics Department, for the East Asia International College (EIC), Yonsei University based in Korea, but within a new business in Africa.

Thursday, December 26, 2013

Sanitary and Phytosanitary (SPS) Advisor Job (GS 13 or 14) USG only USDA-Foreign Agriculture Service

Job description

Grade: GS-13 or 14

Type of Appointment: Excepted Service (Time Limited) Appointment

Length of Appointment: Up to 5 Years

Area of Consideration: USG

Duty Location: Nairobi, Kenya

Opening Date of Announcement: November 22, 2013

Closing Date of Announcement: December 13, 2013

The advisor will work with local and international organizations, USAID field missions, and technical staff from the USAID Washington, and USDA offices to promote the development, design, and implementation of projects, programs, policies and strategies needed to support the program efforts and USG Mission.

The position is located in Nairobi, Kenya at the USAID Regional Mission and will involve extensive travel throughout the region of assignment. It is a limited-term appointment subject to the availability of funding. The incumbent will work under the supervision of the Branch Chief, Regulatory and Policy Capacity Building Branch (RPCB), and carries out assignments under delegated authority, using a high degree of sound judgment, motivation and initiative. In line with the terms of the agreement with USAID through which funding for this position is provided, the SPS Advisor will also serve under the general direction of the USAID Mission Director designee on a daily basis. S/he will be a part of the USAID regional mission team and as such will participate in regular meetings and regularly update the Office Chief regarding all activities. The incumbent will collaborate with the FAS/Trade and Scientific Capacity Building Division (TSCBD) office in Washington and the FAS Officers in his/her assigned region and meet with both groups on a regular basis to develop deadlines, projects, and tasks to be done.

The East Africa Advisor will serve as the regional contact for PASA SPS program and collaborate with USAID Mission Leaders, other Embassy staff, and other stakeholders to identify opportunities to improve SPS infrastructure within the assigned region. These projects are complicated in themselves because they involve officials of the U.S. Agency for International Development, U.S. Department of State, as well as officials and stakeholders of foreign countries with varied national interests and priorities, which must be considered along with USDA policies and interests, as well as those of other U.S. Government department and agencies and international organizations.

As the SPS technical Advisor on detail to a USAID mission in sub-Saharan Africa, s/he will serve as a technical expert to USAID (at the regional mission, bilateral missions in the region of assignment, and Washington) on SPS regulatory issues that affect agricultural development and trade. S/He will provide direct support to highly complex, diverse and high profile projects of vital significance to the Department's support of USG food security efforts. This will include developing and managing a work plan for the region of assignment that fits with the USDA and USAID regional and country-level objectives. Other duties include consulting with stakeholders on how strategy correlates with and supports USDA and USAID joint efforts on agricultural development. The SPS Advisor/Coordinator will not serve as COR/AOR.

The SPS Advisor will provide senior level leadership for the design, implementation, and evaluation of technical assistance programs, training and workshops in the realm of plant health, animal health, and food safety in his/her assigned region. Activities will support several U.S. Government efforts such as the Trade Africa Initiative, the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) and the Feed the Future Initiative (FTF), in which U.S. government efforts seek to promote economic growth, development, and food security in sub-Saharan Africa. These efforts will focus on bringing agricultural policy, legislation, regulations and production methods within the assigned region into compliance with international obligations and strengthening SPS regulatory infrastructure. These efforts will also support agricultural development and assist in meeting international standards, which will enable agricultural commodities produced in sub-Saharan Africa to become eligible for export to new markets while maintaining existing markets.

Desired Skills and Experience

Experience in foreign cultures, preferably sub-Saharan Africa, i.e., living and working under difficult conditions, either through several short-term assignments or long-term residential postings. Competency in a foreign language, especially French, is preferred.

The position requires important coordination, communication and management skills related to a broad-based technical assistance program involving many actors and government departments in highly visible and politicized sectors. The incumbent will provide specialized skills and services related to improving governmental capacity in Sanitary and Phytosanitary systems.

Technical knowledge:

·         Advanced experience in the field of study and experience with sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) and/or agricultural policy programs is preferred.

·         Significant experience in addressing issues related to sanitary and phytosanitary systems through technical assistance is desired. The candidate should have experience working in the field of international development, implementing technical assistance programs, and solving complex problems overseas.

·         Demonstrated knowledge related to international trade issues concerning agricultural issues related to sub-Saharan Africa, such as Trade Africa, AGOA, the Feed the Future Initiative, and socio-economic/political factors as they pertain to sub-Saharan Africa, particularly in a government-to-government context. Familiarity with USAID-funded programs preferred.

·         Demonstrated understanding of the roles, functions, activities and goals of USDA and international organizations involved in regulating agricultural trade, their relevant scientific and technical disciplines and program areas in order to utilize expertise to implement technical assistance and training activities in partner countries;

·         A working knowledge of USG positions and approaches to SPS infrastructure and regulatory frameworks, agriculture, trade, capacity building and economic development, demonstrated knowledge of the complex linkages in SPS policy and programs, and knowledge of the USG and international organizations involved in setting SPS regulatory standards;


·         Experience with contributing to a team within a complex management structure, and ability to communicate and work collaboratively and effectively cross-culturally with USG agencies, staff members of international organizations and foreign governments as well as officials and staff at all levels of USG agencies;

·         Ability to prioritize, define and initiate/coordinate priorities and to weigh various approaches to achieve objectives, foresee possible impact of actions taken and to motivate changes in approach as warranted; and to analyze project activities and administrative processes and initiate action for improvements in developing, conflict, and post-conflict societies.


·         The ability to quickly and effectively identify, articulate, and diplomatically present positions favorable to USG SPS interests and communicate technical issues to a broad range of audiences, including speaking authoritatively at technical levels with a wide range of decision-makers in a cross-cultural setting.

·         Knowledge and understanding of social, economic, language and cultural differences and the ability to employ such knowledge in sensitive negotiations with U.S. and international partners, where programs may involve substantial resources, sensitive cultural differences, and conflicting goals and objectives.

About this company

This East Africa SPS Advisor position is funded under a Participating Agency Service Agreement (PASA) established by the U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Africa Bureau in Washington, which is intended to provide assistance to improve the public and private sector Sanitary and Phytosanitary infrastructure (systems and personnel), promote regional agricultural integration in sub-Saharan Africa, and initiatives under the Feed the Future Initiative through a Government-to-Government program of programmatic and technical assistance.

The mission of the Office of Capacity Building and Development (OCBD) of the Foreign Agricultural Service is to assist the entire U.S. Department of Agriculture, other federal agencies, and associated institutions, industries, and organizations with global responsibilities to strengthen food and agricultural systems and natural resources in developing and middle-income countries and, at the same time, strengthen U.S. agricultural competitiveness and leadership through collaborative programs.

Within OCBD, TSCBD implements programs to assist developing countries and other emerging markets in meeting their World Trade Organization (WTO) obligations and strengthening policy and regulatory frameworks, especially on sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) measures (including food safety), to promote agricultural trade flow and food security and, conversely, to avoid or eliminate unjustified technical barriers to international trade.

The TSCB Regulatory and Policy Capacity Building Branch is implementing an SPS capacity building program for sub-Saharan Africa to address the regulatory needs of countries that are eligible for trade preferences under the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) and targeted to receive assistance under the Feed the Future Initiative (FTF). Through an ongoing interagency agreement between TSCB and the USAID, TSCB is initiating new projects with partner countries in sub-Saharan Africa to enhance food security and support international trade through compliance with and implementation of SPS regulations. The SPS capacity building program for sub-Saharan Africa includes selection and management of project staff, determination and provision of targeted technical assistance and/or technical cooperation, project implementation, and assessment.

Monday, November 25, 2013


The World Trade Institute (WTI) is a centre of advanced studies of the University of Bern. It is a forum for interdisciplinary research and teaching in international trade law and economics, fostering interaction between students and professionals, and allowing researchers and practitioners to pool their expertise. The WTI flagship academic programme is the Master of International Law and Economics (MILE).

In co-operation with the Director of Studies, the Programme Director and a second MILE Fellow, you will be responsible for organising the weekly course modules of our Master of International Law and Economics. This includes the preparation of course materials, administrative tasks, co-ordination with and support of lecturers and interaction with the international group of students on logistical questions. You will need to be able to work 100% in some of the weeks.

The successful candidate will:

    Be completing a Bachelor’s Degree (or equivalent) within the next two years, or will have recently completed a Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in Law, Economics or Political Sciences.
    Excellent oral and written English proficiency
    Ability, interest and cultural sensitivity to work in a highly diverse and international environment
    Interest in questions related to the international economy, world trade, international politics and globalisation
    Solid social and communication skills
    Ability to work in a structured, efficient and independent way and be keen to cope with new challenges
    Strong office applications skills (MS Word, MS Excel, Email, Internet searches)
    Flexibility in scheduling

The starting date for the position is November 15th (negotiable). To apply, please send your application in English (including a cover letter, a short CV, and two letters of recommendation or employer’s references) to the Programme Director, Jin Glover, by email: jin.glover(at)

Those candidates that are short-listed will receive invitations in mid-November and will be required to attend an interview and may be asked to sit a short, ad-hoc exam to test their language and IT skills.

Terms and conditions of employment are subject to the regulations of the University of Bern ( and depend, in particular, on the successful candidate’s educational background, age, availability and work experience.

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Plant Manager - Flotation Jobs

Title:     Plant Manager - Flotation     Employer Job Id:     PS-PM-PRO-OPS_1369128259
Location:     Mexico     Posted Date:     May 21, 2013
Employer:     Mackenzie Stuart     Closing Date:     July 21, 2013

General Manager Jobs

Title:     General Manager – World Class Base Metal Mine     Employer Job Id:     -------
Location:     USA     Posted Date:     May 22, 2013
Employer:     Mackenzie Stuart     Closing Date:     July 22, 2013

Beauty Therapist Jobs


D'Light Spa Pte Ltd is an established and renowned Ladies spa, offering beauty and body treatment exclusively for ladies. Due to expansion, we are looking for motivated individual that has a passion to serve to fill the following position:

Beauty Therapist
Hougang (North-East, Singapore) - near to Kova MRT


    Provide professional & personalised in facial treatment
    Delivery of excellent treatments
    Able to advice on spa treatments & products
    Build & establish good communications & customer relationship


    Customer service oriented and responsible
    have relevant beauty certifications
    Remain update on product knowledge
    Perform good facial skills
    Provided professional skin consultation and recommend suitable treatment and products to customer
    General cleanliness and neatness of product maintain display
    know massage is an added avantage for higher pay
    sales conultant may apply

Please email your resume to: or call 6251 5755 /63870862

Shiseido Educator/Trainer wanted – Hair Stylist Jobs

Job Location

Job Description

Scope of Work :
1.To offer brand’s education philosophy & image, product & services and it’s key messages to Hairdressers;
2.Execute & Prioritize training modules & plans to improve the technical understanding of our hairdressers cleints and to ensure that they fully understand the usage of the product and how its services should & could be applied
3.To execute smooth & successful implementation of Education offerings to the salons
4.To give feedbacks to Education Manager on how to further develop and improve the quality and effieciency of the Education Modules & Program to make it exxciting & interesting
5.To conduct testing with fellow team members of technical department and to derive learning’s and feedbacks that would & help improve the brand’s business of products & services
6. To report on Key Activities & competitors info to management Team in Brand Meeting or as and when needed in timely manner
7. To participate, recruit, evaluate and development of ownself and brand.

Job Requirements :

1. Preferable with 1-3 years in saloon or hairdresser
2. Able to communicate in English and Chinese dialects
3. Good attitude, responsible, persistent, discipline, self-motivated
4. Good interpersonal and presentation skills
5. Able to interact with multiple levels of management
6. Possess a car and valid driving license

Salary Range :
Starting from RM1500 to RM4500 depending on experience.There will be fixed allowance to be given out

Working Location:
To be based at Mutiara Damansara.

Years Of Experience : < 1 Year
Age Range : 20-40
Salary Range : RM 4000 Monthly
Nationality : Malaysian
Race : Any
Gender : Both
Job Start From : 13-05-2013
Job End Date :
Highest Education : Diploma
Language :
English : Written( 7 ) Spoken( 7 )
Malay : Written( – ) Spoken( – )
Chinese : Written( 7 ) Spoken( 7 )
Tamil : Written( – ) Spoken( – )
Possess Own Transport : Yes
Required to work on : Weekday (Mon-Fri)
How to Apply

If interested candidate please send your resume to with email title “Educator/Trainer Shiseido” or for more information,please call Boon Hou at 016-4814382 or 03-78770066.

Thank you in advance for your application and good luck.

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