28 New Job Vacancies at ECOWAS

In January 2007, The Secretariat of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) with its headquarters in Abuja was transformed into a Commission headed by a President, assisted by a Vice President and Commissioners.

ECOWAS Positions

Job Listings :

  1. Secretary-General (Parliament)
  2. Director of Administration and Finance (Parliament)
  3. Director of Parliamentary Affairs and Research (Parliament)
  4. Co-ordinator/Interpreter (Parliament)
  5. Principal Libriarian/Documentation Officer (Parliament)
  6. Principal Research Officer (Parliament)
  7. Editor of Debates (Parliament)
  8. Portuguese Interpreter English into Portuguese and vice-versa (Court of Justice)
  9. Portuguese Interpreter French into Portuguese and vice-versa (Court of Justice)
  10. Deputy Chief Registrar (Court of Justice)
  11. Director, Research, Communication and Documentation (Court of Justice)
  12. Director Administration and Finance (Court of Justice)
  13. Revisor English to Portuguese (Court of Justice)
  14. Translator French into Portuguese (Court of Justice)
  15. Senior Research Officer, Portuguese (Court of Justice)
  16. Translators English into Portuguese (Court of Justice)
  17. Director, Financial Control
  18. Director, HR Operations
  19. Employee Relations Officer
  20. Payroll Officer
  21. Bilingual Secretary
  22. Procurement Officer
  23. Conference Interpreter (English A/French B or C)
  24. Conference Interpreter (French A/English B or C/Port B or C)
  25. Translator
  26. Lift Operator/Mail Dispatcher
  27. Principal Programme Officer, Petroleum Mining Development
  28. Director, Mining & Geo-Extractive Development

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