EEO is looking for a Co-team leader as to participate at the “Skills and Jobs” project in Kazakhstan which is funded by the World Bank; Co-team leader shall be specialised in implementation of profiling methods in employment services in developed countries and/or solid understanding of best practices in this area of Kazakhstan and fluency in Russian.
EEO is looking for a project manager so as to implement the “Skills and Jobs” project in Kazakhstan which is funded by the World Bank; The project manager shall at least have 5 years of advisory experience in analysis, development and implementation of methodologies, methodological recommendations in the sphere of Labour market programs and policies and/or public employment services.
EEO GROUP SA, leading the consortium with WYG International Danişmanlık Limited Şirketi was assigned through The European Union, represented by the European Commission, in order to support the economic development of the Turkish Cypriot community to provide Technical Assistance for the Running of the EU Programme Support Office in the Northern Part of Cyprus.
The overall objective of the project of which this contract will be a part is as follows:
To provide high quality and reliable office and logistical support to the European Commission's Programme Team working in the northern part of Cyprus to maximise effectiveness of aid delivery and implementation.
EEO GROUP SA, leading the consortium of Eptisa Servicios de Ingenieria S.L (Spanish) was assigned through the General Directorate for Financing and Contracting of EU, World Bank and other Donor Funds for the Implementation of civil service reform across the public administration in Tirana Albania.
The overall objective of the project of which this contract will be a part is to further strengthen public sector governance and efficiency of the Albanian Public Administration.
Specific objectives are as follows:
- Strengthening DoPA’s management and oversight capacity in implementation of the civil service and salaries reform.
- Increasing capacities in using different tools for implementation of business processes.
- Strengthening ASPA’s capacities in managing and delivering quality trainings.
EEO GROUP SA, leading the consortium of CCM Consulting Group Worldwide, European Projects Management Ltd. (SIA Eiropas Projektu Vadība), German Adult Education Association (DVV) and Family and Childcare Centre (KMOP) were assigned through Delegation of the European Union to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to provide Technical Assistance to the Skills for Employment and Social Inclusion Programme Amman-Jordan.
The overall objective is to provide capacity development support and technical assistance for ETVET line Ministries and their related institutions, CSOs and Social partners and support the implementation of the sector strategies (ETVET Strategy 2014-2020, National Employment Strategy 2011-2020 and HRD strategy 2016-2025) with a focus on actions referenced in the Financing Agreement between the Government of Jordan and the European Union to implement the programme entitled Skills for Employment and Social Inclusion.
GDSI Limited, leading the consortium of EEO GROUP SA, Bridge Consulting LLP was assigned through the Skills and Job Project Management Unit of the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of Population of the Republic of Kazakhstan to provide consulting service for the Development and Implementation of a Profiling Model for Employment Centers of the Republic of Kazakhstan thought the project entitled “Skills and Jobs” which is financed by the World Bank.
BLEND IN aims to prepare and empower one of the most vulnerable groups of our times, young migrants & refugees seeking a better life in a third-EU country. The ultimate objective of the project is to develop the social, civic, intercultural competences of the young refugees and migrants resettled in a host country, inform them on their rights and promote their autonomy, active citizenship and participation in social life and labour market, thus preventing their social exclusion, combating discrimination and segregation by facilitating their smooth cultural and social integration in the host community.
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