The Hub in collaboration with East Africa Community (EAC) Secretariat is seeking to recruit a highly qualified team of two consultants on policy and ICT fields to develop a mechanism and ICT tool for monitoring compliance with WTO TBT Agreement and applicable EAC legal instruments by EAC Partner States. The lead consultant on policy must have a Masters degree with 8 years’ experience in policy issues and knowledgeable in World Trade Organization (WTO) technical barriers to trade (TBT) Agreement and TBT regime in EAC. The ICT consultant must have at least a degree in computer science/information technology with expertise in developing database and web-based applications and 5 years’ experience in designing, managing, administering, documenting and supporting multi-tiered database applications.
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Interested team of two consultants should email their bids clearly marked “Consultancy to develop a mechanism and ICT tool for monitoring compliance with WTO TBT Agreement and applicable EAC legal instruments by EAC Partner States” in separate files comprising of technical and financial proposals, to reach the address below on or before 7th March 2018 to partnershipfundTIH@eatradehub.org.