Peter Shayo is a talented business manager and business planner.
Originally from the Kilimanjaro area of Tanzania, Mr. Shayo gained his BA in Economics at University of Manitoba. His experience includes business and trade development in Tanzania, as well as a period of military service in the Tanzanian Armed Forces.
Mr. Shayo has brought his skill in mathematics and business planning to management of business studies for the Canadian International Development Agency; assessments for Revenue Canada, and project Management for Quinkatla
Mr. Shayo has several roles in Quinkatla:
Social and Environmental Impact Assessments
SKILLS & EXPERIENCE
Project planning, management and financial analysis;
Conducting research for projects;
Conducting social and environmental impact assessments;
Use/knowledge of most business software;
BSc (A. Economics), University of Manitoba, Dec. 1987
Certificate, Army/National Service, Dar es Salaam, Dec. 1981
General Diploma (Math.), St. Francis College, July 1979
Quinkatla Development Corporation, Vancouver, B.C, Canada
Position: Co-ordinator, Community Development Projects
Jan '95 - present
. Monitoring performance of development projects to ensure adherence to terms of reference;
. recruiting personnel and negotiating terms with clients, developers and project personnel;
. conducting cost benefit analysis for projects;
. preparing financial reports and budgets for projects.
Burnaby Multicultural Society
Position: Co-ordinator, Training & Community Relations,
Jan '92 - Dec '94
. Cross-cultural trainer - Diversity Training Program;
. Advisor, Job Training Program;
. Project Manager - Cross-Cultural Centre (1994);
. Special events Co-ordinator.
J. Marule & Daughters, Inc., Kamloops, B.C., Canada
Position: Research Officer
Jan '89 - Dec '91
. Investigating and reviewing the costs of development projects;
. analysing data on various projects and providing information to formulate long term planning of the projects.
Tanzania-Canada Wheat Programme, Arusha, Tanzania
Jun '81 - Dec '88
. Conducting economic research for large-scale wheat production in Tanzania and preparing reports to be used for project funding by CIDA/GOT;
. Co-ordinating computer software literacy program for the Wheat Programme's staff.
Sports interests include: golf and cross country skiing
Other interests include: music, theatre, and reading
Last Modified: Friday, 19 October, 2001