Working for British High Commission Nairobi
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Science Partnerships Adviser
This post will be funded through FCDO’s Research and Evidence Division (RED) Strengthening Research Institutions in Africa (SRIA) programme.
This role is to support the alignment and impact of the UK’s science and research capacity strengthening investments in Africa through FCDO’s partnership with the African Academy of Sciences (AAS) AESA Platform (Alliance for Accelerating Excellence in Sciences in Africa).
As a member of the East Africa Research & Innovation Hub (EARIH), this post will also be required to work closely with colleagues across FCDO to build synergies between the SRIA programme and other portfolios of Science, Technology and Innovation programmes across the region.
Closing date for applications is midnight on Sunday, 22 November 2020.