Karim Chetioui





Labour market and employment policy consultant

Associated Partner of

Karim is a dual national, Belgian-Tunisian, who lives between Belgium and Jordan. With 16 years of professional background in the private and public sector, he gained a strategic planning and policy implementation experience in the field of labour and employment policies. He also has significant experience in programme and project management, change management, capacity building, monitoring & evaluation processes, organisational and/or institutional empowerment, HR management, peer review, learning process and building synergies between public and private actors.

He held multiple executive and managerial positions at the Brussels Public Employment Agency (ACTIRIS), including as a member of the executive board, head of the international affairs department and advisor for the European Public Employment Services Network. He also worked in very different of contexts, including developing and post-conflict settings, such as in Morocco and Ivory Coast.

Languages: French, English, Arabic and fair Dutch.



  • Belgium
  • Cote D'Ivoire (Ivory Coast)
  • Morocco

  • Civil Service & State Administration
  • Economy, Employment & TVET

  • 01.g. Facilitation of (self)assessments of management teams and/or boards of directors
  • 02.a. Holistic and system-based institutional, organisational and operational assessments
  • 02.b. Vision, mission, charter, institutional design and development
  • 02.c. Development of business models and business plans (for public-sector and parastatal organisations, SOE’s, NGOs, social enterprises)
  • 02.d. Integrated capacity building at individual, organisational and institutional levels
  • 02.e. Integrated performance enhancement (efficiency, quality, client- and result-focus, effectiveness, ICT-based and other technology-based innovation)
  • 02.g. Facilitation of change processes and/or of organisational / institutional improvement
  • 03.a. Policy setting, strategic planning, multiannual planning
  • 03.b. Sector policies and strategies (Including strategic-level theories / pathways of change, policy implementation strategies and their impact for operational planning and budgeting)
  • 03.e. Annual planning and budgeting
  • 03.f. Results based management and Monitoring & Evaluation (Including: client/stakeholder focus, defining / using quality standards and performance indicators, management dashboards, balanced scorecard, …)
  • 03.h. Policy evaluations
  • 04.b. Partnerships (Design / optimisation / management of partnerships)
  • 04.c. Public Private Partnership (PPP)
  • 04.e. Stakeholder needs - Stakeholder input to strategy and policy setting
  • 04.f. Lobbying and awareness raising
  • 04.g. Social responsibility of organisations
  • 05.e. Competence management
  • 05.f. Professional sills development – Training – Pathways of professional development
  • 05.g. Individual performance management
  • 05.i. Peer review – Peer learning – Peer coaching
  • 06.a. Financial procedures
  • 07.c. Organisational evaluation and capacity analysis of partner organisations identified for / entrusted with responsibilities for (national) project implementation / execution
  • 07.d. Management, control and steering processes of projects / programmes
  • 07.e. Mid-term and final evaluations of projects and programmes
  • 14.a. Integrated development policies / programmes (at national / provincial / local levels or embedded in sectoral approaches) geared at synergies between public sector reform, poverty reduction and fostering economic and private sector development
  • 16.e. Youth policy