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HSRC Vacancies Update 2023 All New Vacancies in Human Sciences Research Council

HSRC Vacancies Update 2023 All New Vacancies in Human Sciences Research Council. HSRC Recruitment 2023 in South Africa. Check Government Vacancies Updates on this site with Current HSRC Jobs 2023 News. Fill Your hsrc.ac.za Application form 2023 at official website.

HSRC Vacancies Update 2023 All New Vacancies in Human Sciences Research Council

If you are searching for information about the jobs coming out in the HSRC, then there is good news for you that through this page we are going to give information about the complete list of recruitment in the HSRC.

According to the new notification updated by the HSRC on its website, applications have been sought in the HSRC for the post of Financial Modelling Specialist and various. Interested candidates can fill their application form according to their qualification before the last date for this HSRC recruitment 2023.

Information Related to the HSRC Vacancies 2023

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Name of Recruitment HSRC Recruitment 2023
Name of The Job Profile Financial Modelling Specialist and Various
Job Type Full Time / Part Time
Salary Different As Per Profile
Job Category Government Jobs 2023
Last Date 09/01/2023


 HSRC Vacancies 2023 List of Available Jobs

Here below, we have prepared a complete list of jobs available in the HSRC and set it in the table. You can read the complete job description by selecting the relevant job profile according to your qualification and can also apply by visiting the hsrc.ac.za Vacancies 2023 career page of the official website.

Qualifications Masters Degree

Minimum Requirements

A Masters (PhD preferable) in Economics, Agriculture Economics or Finance;
3 to 5 years research and management experience, preferably in a research or academic institution;
At least 5 peer reviewed publications* (books, books chapters, journal articles), most of which should be sole or first authored;
Strong statistical and quantitative research skills for data analysis and management;
Excellent writing skills for drafting briefing papers, technical reports, academic publications and for wider public dissemination of research findings;
Research project management experience;
Intellectual and personal integrity, imagination and drive;
Enthusiasm to manage, mentor and train junior researchers; and
Ability to work in a multidisciplinary team
Understanding of agricultural value chains will be an added advantage
Shortlisted applicants may be required to undertake a written competency exercise for this position.

Duties & Responsibilities
The Financial Modelling Specialist will be required to provide:

High-level financial modelling and analysis of all viable options to enhance food insecurity (using innovative technologies) within the seven regions of the City of Johannesburg.
The study will explore possible avenues within the field of urban agriculture where the City could invest in order to enhance food security through smart innovative technologies. The analysis will consider the socioeconomic and environmental contexts of each region
An economic analysis, affordability assessment, value for money analysis, information availability, PPP suitability and project charter, will consist of, but not limited to, the following deliverables:
Economic analysis (including project affordability analysis, value for money analysis, analysis of the socioeconomic environment, and an assessment of the socioeconomic contributions of the proposed interventions).
Investment decision to assess the welfare change attributable to implementing the investment. The purpose of CBA is to facilitate a more efficient allocation of resources, demonstrating the convenience for society of a particular intervention rather than possible alternatives (European Commission, 2014). Thus, CBA can provide a powerful tool for communicating the economic value of urban agriculture to policymakers, funders, and other decision-makers. CBA incorporates financial and economic appraisals.
High level financial modelling – consider financing options as provided by policy (e.g. MAFISA).
Economic evaluations draw from economic costs and benefits, discounted to produce a net present a comparative analysis for determining what to invest in; financial evaluations help to demonstrate affordability, and estimate resource requirements for scale-up and sustainability. Collectively, economic, and financial evaluations may be conceptualized as part of a larger appraisal process. What is critical is the perspective that determines the scope of analysis and interpretations. Appraisals encompass a broad framework of activities, which generate evidence necessary for decision-taking and reviews on the worth of an intervention
Key Deliverables:

Submit Monthly Progress Reports for applicable milestones
Submit Draft Research Report that will include a detailed description of possible projects categorised according to their suitability for the seven regions of the city, the elements of the interventions and their financial analysis
Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation at a Stakeholder Validation Workshop. A one-day workshop will be arranged with programme stakeholder representatives, the Policy Unit and the Project Steering Committee to discuss the findings of the Draft report and obtain comments and inputs.
Submit the Final Report based on feedback from the funder
Key competencies:

Proven track-record of designing, managing and conducting high quality financial and economic analyses research that has both strategic and policy relevance;
Design and undertake research focusing on affordability assessments for defined research projects, including value for money analyses;
Participate in medium-to-large scale research projects with tight deliverables;
Attention to detail to deliver high-quality results and technical reports according to budget and deadlines;
Engage targeted stakeholders and develop communities of practice to ensure uptake of evidence to transform economic participation outcomes;
Ensure research impact through government engagement, policy briefs and research reviews;
Produce high quality knowledge outputs through publishing in accredited refereed journals, books, and book chapters;
Communicate research findings across media platforms and at academic conferences and forums; and
Develop research skills and competences through formal and informal training for self and others.

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