New Openings at African Development Bank (AfDB)

African Development Bank (AfDB) – Established in 1964, the African Development Bank is the premier pan-African development institution, promoting economic growth and social progress across the continent. There are 80 member states, including 54 in Africa (Regional Member Countries). The Bank’s development agenda is delivering the financial and technical support for transformative projects that will significantly reduce poverty through inclusive and sustainable economic growth.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:

 

 

Job Title: Principal Risk Mitigation Product Officer
Reference: 50093748
Location: Côte d’Ivoire
Grade: PL4
Position N°: ADB/17/371
The Complex

  • The Vice-Presidency for Private Sector, Infrastructure and Industrialization is central to the Bank’s mission of developing the private sector, improving infrastructure and accelerating industrialization.
  • The complex main functions are to (i) strengthen the enabling environment for private sector [and financial sector] development conducive to inclusive growth and sustainable development, (ii) support the development of reliable and sustainable infrastructure, including cities and urban development, and (iii) place renewed emphasis on industrial and trade performance in support of structural transformation across Africa.
  • The Complex leverages knowledge, co-financing, and partnerships to attract private capital and work with governments on delivering the Bank’s development agenda.

The Hiring Department

  • The role of the Bank’s Private Sector Development Department is to promote private sector in Regional Member Countries, ensuring that it plays a central role in laying the foundations in the development role of the Bank, in line with the Bank’s 10 Year Strategy and HI 5 initiatives.
  • As part of the Private Sector Development Department, the Strategy and Transaction Support Division is responsible for preparing strategies, policies, guidelines, and analytical tools relevant to the private sector development; it also ensures global client management and undertakes specialized assignments for the Regions and the Sectors.
  • It also provides ad hoc advice on transaction bankability and structuring of transactions.

The Position
The purpose of the job is as follows:

  • Provide assistance to institutional counter-parties in the design and use of products aimed at scaling up Bank’s Non-Sovereign Operations development impact while mitigating risks;
  • Encourage enhanced private sector investment in Africa through effective use of the Bank’s risk mitigation products;
  • Conduct business ecosystem assessment including by sector.

Duties and Responsibilities
Under the general guidance and supervision of the Chief Private Sector Strategy Officer, the Principal Risk Mitigation Product Officer will perform the following duties and responsibilities:

  • Improve risk allocation through better use of risk mitigation instruments in infrastructure and real economy; and for all markets (from middle-income to post-conflict countries);
  • Improve technical capacity of staff from Operations, in using risk mitigation products and more generally across stakeholders such as governments, banks and other private sector investors.
  • Improve knowledge of potential investors of new products and risk mitigation instruments offered by the Bank.
  • Optimize the use of risk capital deployed by the Bank in private sector transactions, in line with the Bank’s policies and guidelines.
  • Contribute actively to the work conducted by the other Bank’s departments, with rating agencies, to explore possibility of using new products and mechanisms to boost private sector development,
  • Perform capacity building trainings for Investment Officers (IOs), business partners and other stakeholders
  • Disseminate and communicate best practices.
  • Perform market testing and pipeline building for pilot transactions;
  • Participate in due diligence on new products/programmes, conducted by concerned Bank’s departments.

Selection Criteria
Including desirable skills, knowledge and experience:

  • Hold at least a Master’s degree or its equivalent in Finance or Economics.
  • Have a minimum of six (6) years of relevant professional experience in the Bank or a similar institution and/or in strategic consultancy, business development.
  • Having private sector experience will be an added advantage.
  • Disciplined approach whilst maintaining creativity and lateral thinking for effective problem solving;
  • Sense of initiative and innovation in proposing solutions to client needs.
  • Ability to deal with sensitive issues in a multi-cultural environment and to build effective working relations with colleagues.
  • Strong interpersonal, communication and negotiation skills.
  • First-hand knowledge of financial instruments and techniques.
  • Strong experience with Credit enhancement instruments.
  • Sound knowledge of tailored products (such as guarantees) for sector based investments.
  • Experience with aggregation and pooling structures for investors.
  • Ability to respond swiftly to new situations and to anticipate new issues.
  • Proven ability to acquire new skills (particularly in legal, investment, risk capital, technology and innovative sectors).
  • Proven ability to integrate socio, environmental and economic indicators in the model.
  • Capacity to adapt to the rapidly evolving needs of the Bank’s NSOs ecosystem.
  • Solid negotiation skills, diplomacy and credibility to deal with clients at all levels.
  • Builds talent and capability inside the organization through coaching, mentoring, training, developmental assignments and knowledge sharing.
  • Ability to communicate effectively (written and oral) in English or French, preferably with a working knowledge of the other.
  • Competence in the use of Bank standard software (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint). Knowledge of SAP is desirable.

 

 

Job Title: Executive Secretary
Reference: ADB/17/383
Location: Côte d’Ivoire
Grade: EL5
Position N°: NA
The Complex

  • The Vice Presidency for ‘Agriculture, Human, and Social Development’ is a Sector Complex focusing on two of the Bank’s Ten Year Strategy High 5s priority of “Feed Africa” and “Improve Quality of Life for the People of Africa”.
  • The complex objectives are (i) to develop, policy and strategy; (ii) provide deep sector expertise to the Regions by gathering pools of experienced individuals who can be consulted to provide sector expertise on complex transactions; (iii) develop new financing instruments; (iv) the Vice President will act as the spokesperson to represent the Bank with external stakeholders on aspects of “Feed Africa” and Improve Quality of Life for the People of Africa”.

The Hiring Department

  • The African Development Bank hosts ADEA in Abidjan, provides its legal status and also ensures its fiduciary responsibilities. By the hosting Memorandum of Understanding ADEA’s Executive Secretary reports administratively to the Vice President, AHVP.
  • Established in 1988 initially as a framework for better coordination among development cooperation partners, the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) has come to represent a genuine partnership between African Ministries of Education and external partners. Its mission is to serve as an open and flexible pan-African organization that informs and facilitates the transformation of education and training to drive Africa’s accelerated and sustainable development.
  • It has also developed into a network of policy-makers, educators and researchers and, based on its capacity to foster policy dialogue, a catalyst for educational reform. Since its inception, ADEA has acted on processes that have had a profound impact on policy-making in Africa through policy dialogue supported with research and analytical work, capacity building, advocacy and networking.
  • ADEA works in different areas of education, including higher education, technical and vocational skills development (TVSD), early childhood development (ECD), teaching profession, books and learning materials, education statistics covering education management and policy support, peace education, education for sustainable development, and communication for education and development.
  • ADEA is recognized as a pan-African organization that has a continental voice in education development, and the capacity to bring together the major players of the continent on policy issues in education.

The Position

  • ADEA’s core business is education development in Africa where it has a continental voice and the capacity to bring together the major players of the continent on policy issues in education.
  • The objective of this position is for the incumbent to work closely with ADEA’s Executive Committee and Steering Committee as well as collaborate closely with the AfDB’s Human Capital, Youth and Skills Development Department; provide intellectual and strategic leadership for the execution of ADEA’s strategic vision and mission; strengthen relationships with ADEA’s constituencies; and drive the implementation of its annual programs with a view to contributing to the transformation of education in Africa.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • ADEA is seeking to recruit for the challenging, yet exciting and highly rewarding, position of Executive Secretary to head its Secretariat which is based in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, the headquarters of the host institution.
  • The Secretariat is the operational organ of the organization and provides technical, financial and administrative services to its members. Reporting administratively to the Vice President (AHVP) of the African Development Bank, and operationally to the ADEA Executive Committee, the Executive Secretary will be required to perform the following duties and responsibilities:
  • Provide leadership in systematically pursuing and achieving ADEA’s mission and strategic objectives  and the realization of its vision; manage the overall execution of the Secretariat’s responsibilities; and produce results desired by key stakeholders
  • Provide leadership in developing a new business model and strategic plan as well as in following through the implementation of the outcomes of 2017 ADEA Triennial.
  • Provide intellectual, professional and managerial leadership to ADEA Secretariat, the Working Groups and Inter-Country Quality Nodes with a view to contributing to the advancement of continent and global agendas on education.
  • Provide leadership in facilitating policy dialogue among and between African Ministers of Education and Training, Ministers of Science and Technology, development cooperation partners, multi-lateral development organizations, and key education stakeholders in Africa with a view to achieving the desired transformation in education.
  • Increase ADEA’s visibility and influence; highlight the Association’s impact on education on in Africa; strengthen existing partnerships; and attract new partners and players to ADEA.
  • Lead key missions to African countries, development agencies and other partners; and represent the Association at major national and international conferences and meetings on education
  • Put in place a viable strategy for (i) the mobilization of financial resources, taking cognizance of the ever-competing needs and changing priorities of donors; and (ii) the management of relationships with existing and potential donors
  • Set the agenda for annual operational activities of the Secretariat and working groups, based on approved budget by the Steering Committee, and provide the Steering Committee with annual reports of accomplishments and utilization of budgetary resources.
  • Encourage and support the generation, storage, dissemination of ADEA’s knowledge products with a view to making them readily available to African countries for decision-making, policy reforms and transformation of education;
  • Consult with the Executive Committee and Steering Committee in proposing agendas for their respective meetings and the Triennale, and ensure the implementation of the decisions/resolutions of these committees.
  • Builds, inspires and leads a high-energy, result-oriented, and business-driven team that can leverage partnerships within and outside ADEA and also deliver effectively on stakeholders’ expectations.

Selection Criteria
Including desirable skills, knowledge and experience:

  • Hold at least a minimum of a Master’s degree in Education or related disciplines.
  • At least ten (10) years of rich, relevant and diverse professional experience five (5) of which must be at a managerial level position in a multilateral development institution, bilateral cooperation agency, or in an African ministry of education.
  • Ability to develop and maintain a clear and compelling vision of where ADEA should be and inspire the team to excel in achieving its strategic objectives.
  • Capability to develop a culture of fairness, high performance, creativity, innovative practices and responsiveness to new ideas and change.
  • An impressive track record of achievements; strong communication, influencing, and diplomatic skills.
  • Proven commitment to the transformation of education in Africa; self-motivated individual with vision, dynamism, high-energy and maturity, and capacity to effectively manage a highly visible leadership role.
  • Critical thinking and a vivid understanding of the education challenges in Africa; strong analytical skills and ability to analyze and synthesize complex and multi-faceted information for prudent and strategic decision-making.
  • Ability to develop and maintain strong relationships with African Ministers, development cooperation partners and the host institution.
  • Proven ability to raise funds; the individual must be resourceful, result-oriented, self-directed, and capable of multi-tasking and able to project a credible image of the Association to partners and stakeholders.
  • Strong leadership and managerial skills; a reputation for integrity, interpersonal skills, communications skills, good judgment, fairness and discretion in dealing with senior management, staff and development cooperation partners; and ability to work under pressure.
  • Communicate and write effectively in French or English, with a good working knowledge of the other language.
  • Competence in the use of standard Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint); preferably experience of SAP HR, e-Recruitment systems and project management software.

 

 

Job Title: Coordinator, Joint Secretariat Support Office (JSSO)
Reference: ADB/17/333
Location: Africa
Grade: PL2
Position N°: 50076435
The Complex

  • The Bank has reorganized and is developing the Regional Development, Integration and Business Delivery Complex whose major objective is to build regional capabilities and bring responsibility for client activities closer to the regions.
  • Five Regional Development, Integration and Business Delivery Hubs have been created, each run by a Director General: Southern Africa, North Africa, West Africa; East Africa, and Central Africa.

The Hiring Department

  • The Joint Secretariat Support Office Coordinator is part of the Regional Integration team within the Regional Development, Integration and Business Delivery Vice Presidency Complex (RDVP). The position is located within the Economic Commissions for Africa Secretariat.

The Position

  • The JSSO Coordinator is part of the Regional Integration team and reports to the VP: RDVP and Steering Committee.
  • The position is located within the Economic Commissions for Africa (ECA) Secretariat and will work closely with the Directors of Regional Integration at AUC, UNECA & AFDB.
  • The incumbent provides strategic and operational leadership and oversee the day-to-day running of the Joint Secretariat Support Office while facilitating the Joint Secretariat Support Office strategic interface with the African Union Commission, Economic Commissions for Africa and African Development Bank, and leverage synergies among the three institutions.
  • The incumbent initiates, manages and evaluates activities and supervises staff at the Secretariat in line with the Memorandum of Understanding between African Union Commission/Economic Commissions for Africa/African Development Bank on the establishment and operation of a Joint Secretariat.
  • The incumbent leads the Joint Secretariat Support Office’s contributions in the generation and application of new knowledge relevant to the Bank’s Strategy, High 5’s and Africa’s development agenda.
  • In addition, the incumbent is responsible for the evaluation of the performance of the Joint Secretariat Support Office staff.

Duties and Responsibilities
Under the Supervision of the VP: RDVP & Steering Committee (AUC, UNECA, AFDB), the Coordinator Joint Secretariat Support Office (JSSO) will:

  • Work closely with departments responsible for regional integration in the three institutions to develop work programs, ensure follow-up and monitor the implementation of activities of the institutions in the priority areas and other joint initiatives.
  • Developing deeper partnership between the three institutions (AUC, AfDB, and ECA) and key partners including Regional Economic Communities (RECs);
  • Developing and implementing a results-based management system and ensure alignment with work plans, planning and management cycle. Ensure programmes developed are aligned with the strategy and policies of the three JSSO institutions;
  • Elaborate clear JSSO work programs in line with the priority areas as recommended by the Steering Committee;
  • Build strong working relationships with the relevant departments and divisions in the three institutions (AUC, ECA and AfDB);
  • Facilitate consensus among the three institutions regarding joint activities to implement, including sharing of specific roles and responsibilities in different priority areas;
  • Identify areas where there is need for consolidation, collaboration or complementarities among the three institutions;
  • Facilitate and coordinate implementation of resolutions, directives and guidelines of the Steering Committee;
  • Coordinate and manage cross-regional and cross-community of practice collaboration as well as build relations with external institutions;
  • Prepare and submit comprehensive quarterly and yearly progress reports and work plans/financial updates/budgets of the secretariat;
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by the Director: Regional Integration.

Selection Criteria
Including Desirable Skills, Knowledge and Experience

  • Hold at least a Master’s degree or its equivalent in Economics, International Law, Social Sciences, Engineering, International Trade, Agriculture/Forestry, Business Administration, Public Administration and knowledge of development issues;
  • Have a minimum of eight (8) years of relevant professional experience in an internationally recognized financial or development institution or public service; three (3) years of which should be at a managerial level with private sector experience being an added advantage.
  • Experience in managing portfolio performance.
  • Having private sector experience will be an added advantage;
  • Ability to produce innovative and creative approaches to activities in order to enhance performance and create added benefits to the Bank and its clients.
  • Possess the commitment to ensure that full use is made of the systems, procedures and culture within the organization in order to deliver the required results.
  • Ability to work under pressure in a multicultural and distributed organization.
  • Ability to ensure that the client (internal or external) is considered to be of primary importance in all transactions and interactions.
  • Ability to present and win support for ideas; a good listener with cultural sensitivity, commitment to diversity and capacity to initiate and manage innovations, creativity, and change.
  • Ability to build relationships and partnerships with a broad range of clients, internal and external, for effective delivery of results that meet the needs and interests of clients within and outside the institution.
  • Comprehensively understands projects structures, including project planning, risk management strategy, communication management strategy, lessons learned and handover, and other critical success factors, strategies, policies, procedures and practices of other similar institutions.
  • Has an acute knowledge and understanding of the elements essential for the effective delivery and measurement of development impacts through projects and programs in Africa.
  • Can identify and create meaningful linkages across sectors to drive development impact at a country and regional level.
  • Ability to define and effectively drive the portfolio management activities under uncertain and challenging circumstances.
  • Demonstrated ability to take prudent intervention risks that contribute to the delivery an appropriate results.
  • Helps others understand how their personal objectives align with Joint Secretariat Support Office mandate as well as the three institutions.
  • Creates motivational opportunities that recognize the diversity of staff and address the needs and goals of Joint Secretariat Support Office.
  • Develops people to improve the capability of Joint Secretariat Support Office and the three institutions (African Union Commission, Economic Commissions for Africa and African Development Bank).
  • People Management to ensure they are truly engaged and perform at optimal levels.
  • Ability to communicate effectively (written and oral) in English or French, preferably with a working knowledge of the other language.
  • Proficient in the use of standard MS Office software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) Practical knowledge of SAP systems will be an advantage.

 

 

Job Title: Principal Statistician (Agriculture)
Reference: ADB/17/380
Location: Côte d’Ivoire
Grade: PL4
Position N°: 50093738
The Complex

  • The Chief Economist/Vice-President for Economic Governance and Knowledge Management (ECVP) is the Bank’s spokesperson on economic matters and the VP for the ‘Economics Governance and Knowledge Management Complex’.
  • The Complex is responsible for (i) providing leadership and visibility for the Bank on economic, finance, financial governance and socio economic development issues; and coordinate the generation of analytical works to inform operational policy; (ii) systematically emphasize the critical role of knowledge, experience, lessons learnt and their tangible impact on sustainable, inclusive transformation of African economies.

The Hiring Department

  • The Statistics Department (ECST) is responsible for the Bank’s statistical activities that focus on two main components: (i) providing support for effective development of statistical capacity and systems in African countries for the provision of timely and reliable data to support development results measurement for the High 5s and Sustainable Development Goals agenda across Africa, (ii) mainstreaming results measurement in Bank operations to ensure their operational effectiveness as well as to support the Bank’s research, policy and financial services.
  • As part of the Statistics Directorate, the Economics and Social Statistics Division (ECST1) ensures that Regional Member Countries RMCs provide the Bank with timely, reliable, consistent and regionally comparable data on economic and social activities (trade, industry, agriculture, finance, infrastructure, population, demography, poverty, education, health, SDGs monitoring etc.). Its principal activities are: to develop and manage statistical systems needed to support the operational work of the Bank Group and its development research activities; to prepare the Bank Group’s official statistical publications and provide statistics and statistical analysis for the Bank Group’s Annual Report, the African Development Report and other important Bank’s publications.

The Position
The Principal Statistician (Agriculture) will be responsible for the following main activities:

  • Providing leadership and advice on statistical developments necessary for the Bank’s analytical work, in such fields as agricultural statistics, food statistics, environmental statistics, and Bank operational statistics to meet the economic and social data needs of the Bank (including policy, country programming and project cycle activities);
  • Development of results measurement for the High 5s and SDGs agenda: Providing support for effective generation of indicators for SDGs in the assigned area and design and implementation of the Statistical Projects supported by the Bank;
  • Improving technical capacities of the National Statistical Systems and data quality: provide guidance on the development of sectoral strategies for the development of agricultural statistics and provide advice on statistical methodologies and tools in the assigned area;
  • Improving data delivery in the assigned area: Develop effective systems to ensure that data is generated according to the principle of immediate relevance and that statistical data bases related to the assigned area are effectively designed and maintained and supervise the preparation of publications assigned for dissemination within the Bank and to officials and institutions in member countries.

Duties and Responsibilities
Under the supervision and guidance of the Division Manager, Economic & Social Statistics (ECST1), the Principal Statistician (Agriculture) will:

  • Ensure and coordinate the implementation of the Bank’s statistical capacity building program in Regional Member Countries to enable them to generate quality, reliable and timely agriculture and food security statistics, green growth statistics;
  • Develop Initiatives for improving statistical production in agriculture-related areas of expertise;
  • Participate in the design, development and implementation of regional or national statistical programs and projects related to agriculture statistics and involving by the Bank or the partner institutions;
  • Recommend and implement a statistical strategy for ECST support to relevant Bank’s operations departments in designing monitoring and evaluation systems for environment and climate change, and transitioning to green growth;
  • Support Bank’s operations to generate measurable green growth indicators as well as ensuring that they inform the Bank’s five point agenda (High 5):  Feed Africa, Industrialize Africa, Integrate Africa, Power Africa and Improve Quality of Life in Africa;
  • Develop an integrated framework to assist RMCs in setting up monitoring and evaluation systems for measuring and monitoring critical Agricultural indicators for measuring countries’ level of agricultural development and food security;
  • Guide countries in developing sustainable systems integrated in their national strategies for the development of statistics (NSDS) to generate data required to inform the relevant sustainable development goals (SDGs);
  • Develop procedures to be followed by ECST to effectively contribute to the Bank’s Result Measurement Framework, with respect to agricultural statistics;
  • Provide statistical support as necessary to the regional member countries in the context of implementing the results measurement agenda, Bank’s Ten Year Strategy (TYS) and the priority agenda on High 5s i.e. inclusion of statistical issues in the Bank’s operations;
  • Coordinate the Bank’s support to countries in the preparation of country driven strategies and work programs in line with the Strategy for the Harmonization of Statistics in Africa (SHaSA) and the Statistical Capacity Building (SCB) program as described in the National Strategies for the Development of Statistics (NSDS) or other national statistical strategy;
  • Coordinate the Bank’s support to the institutional reform and change process within the national statistical system as guided by the statistical legislation or public sector reform programme. The reform may include amendment or enactment of a new body of statistical legislation and restructuring of the national statistical office;
  • Develop approaches to build regional and national partnerships on big data and official data related to agricultural statistics, environment, food, and other related areas;
  • Provide technical support for the implementation of agricultural surveys in Regional Member Countries;
  • Prepare knowledge products to support Bank’s Ten Year Strategy and the High 5s agenda, particularly agriculture and food security, environment and climate change statistics, renewable energy potential, water resources, etc.

Selection Criteria
Including Desirable Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Hold at least a Master’s degree or its equivalent in statistics, economics or a related field with a strong background in quantitative methods. A postgraduate qualification in agriculture statistics/economics is an added advantage;
  • Have a minimum of six (6) years of relevant working experience in a research, statistical or development institution;
  • Private sector experience is an added advantage;
  • competency in database management and in applying statistical methods including but not limited to agriculture economic and econometric modeling, competency in multivariate analysis, survey analysis, and in the use of statistical computer programs;
  • Ability to conduct a survey programme or managed statistical program;
  • Ability to carry out a technological watch on its field of activity;
  • Strong analytical and problem solving capabilities, coupled to manage innovation and change;
  • Excellent teamwork skills and ability to interact effectively with staff members at all level;
  • Excellent spoken and written English or French, with a working knowledge of the other language;
  • Competence in managing computer data bases in order to develop and implement statistical databases;
  • Competence in the use of standard Microsoft Office Suite applications (Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint).

 

 

 

Job Title: Senior Reporting Officer
Reference: ADB/17/374
Location: Côte d’Ivoire
Grade: PL5
Position N°: 50093650
The Complex

  • The Vice-Presidency for Private Sector, Infrastructure and Industrialization is central to the Bank’s mission of developing the private sector, improving infrastructure and accelerating industrialization.
  • The complex main functions are to (i) strengthen the enabling environment for private sector [and financial sector] development conducive to inclusive growth and sustainable development, (ii) support the development of reliable and sustainable infrastructure, including cities and urban development, and (iii) place renewed emphasis on industrial and trade performance in support of structural transformation across Africa.
  • The Complex leverages knowledge, co-financing, and partnerships to attract private capital and work with governments on delivering the Bank’s development agenda.

The Hiring Department

  • The role of the Bank’s Private Sector Development Department is to promote private sector in Regional Member Countries, ensuring that it plays a central role in laying the foundations in the development role of the Bank, in line with the Bank’s 10 Year Strategy and HI 5 initiatives.
  • The mandate of the Portfolio Asset Management Division is to implement the Private Sector Development strategy through effective, efficient and consolidated monitoring and supervision of projects, programs and investments supported by the Bank through its private sector window. This will be achieved by drawing lessons from past operations to help improve the quality of new operations; loans, equity investments, guarantees and other projects.
  • The Division provides expertise, technical assistance and advisory services to origination and project monitoring units. The ultimate objective is to maintain the quality of the portfolio, at the aggregate level, within board approved limits throughout the life of the project/investment cycle and maximize development outcomes and Bank’s additionality.
  • While the teams in the Sectors have the day-to-day management responsibility of the success of the project/investments, the officers of the Portfolio Asset Management Division have the full responsibility over the investment after the first disbursement in order to ensure that the Regional Directorates and Sector Department remain accountable for processing transactions to the point where all conditions of first disbursement are met. The Portfolio Asset Management Division is part of the Project Appraisal Team, to ensure dissemination of lessons learnt and quality at entry.

The Positions
The purpose of the job is as follows:

  • The Reporting Officer’s objectives are to ensure that the Department’s preparation of periodic Department Reports to Senior Management is done expeditiously and in time and to act as the liaison with other members of the ecosystem (such as Risk Management Department, Independent Development Review Department, Delivery Performance Management and Results, etc.) to ensure that their own periodic reporting is completed using the most recent and updated project information available to the Bank.
  • Tracks key performance indicators for all Private Sector Operations and reports same on periodic basis to Senior Management for monitoring and control of Private Sector Operations performance against business targets.
  • The Section collaborates with external clients to ensure reporting compliance and adherence to standards and feed into other multilateral development institutions reporting and consolidation of all private sector development impacts and results.

Duties and Responsibilities
Under the general guidance and supervision of the Chief Portfolio Management Officer, the Senior Reporting Officer will perform the following duties and responsibilities:

  • Review, in liaison with Legal department, of the Portfolio’s collateral held and ensure that it is perfected and enforceable in need, drawing attention to the Division Manager Portfolio Management and his/her Officers where some security is not perfected.
  • Lead Portfolio Analytical work in order to provide management with a background for their decision making in respect of:
    • The level of non-performing loans (NPLs), its trend analysis, the reasons why the NPL ratio is at the level it is and recommend what actions need to be taken to ensure that this remains within acceptable levels;
    • Review the Risk Capital Consumption with respect to both debt and equity and make appropriate recommendations, in consultation with all relevant stakeholders, what proactive actions need to be taken to ensure that business continuity can be achieved without breaching the Bank’s set Limits on Risk Capital;
    • The quality of the loan book with respect to the Weighted Average Risk Rating (WARR), arrears management and actions being taken or to be taken to ensure that the quality of the asset book (both debt and equity) remain within the Bank’s target WARR range.
  • Lead the preparation and submission to Management of periodic portfolio and project specific reports. These reports will include but will not be limited to:
    • Quarterly and Half yearly portfolio reports for submission to Management on the performance of the portfolio;
    • Cancellable operations that have remained undisbursed over a considerable period of time that is not considered acceptable under the Bank’s guidelines; and
    • Expanded Supervision Reports for drawing of lessons learnt for projects implemented.
  • Monitor and review quantitative and qualitative data and analyses periodic financial and operation performance of project finance transactions in the portfolio against targets to proactively identify issues that should engage portfolio management attention and review consistency with the Bank’s portfolio guidelines.
Selection Criteria
Including desirable skills, knowledge and experience:
  • Hold at least a Master’s Degree or its equivalent in in Finance, Management or Economics;
  • Have a minimum of five (5) years of relevant professional experience in the Bank or a similar institution and/or in strategic consultancy, business development and macroeconomic analysis;
  • Having private sector experience will be an added advantage;
  • Client and results oriented individual, with strong analytical and communication skills;
  • Sense of initiative and innovation in proposing public/private solutions to client needs;
  • A strong client service orientation with excellent relationship building abilities;
  • Teamwork oriented with excellent interpersonal skills for dealing with internal and external contacts;
  • Ability to respond swiftly to new situations and to anticipate new issues;
  • The ability to work effectively across organizational boundaries and to build networks;
  • Exceptional skill in project management finance;
  • Strong skill in finance analysis;
  • Good understanding of financial model interpretation;
  • Strong drafting ability;
  • Ability to summarize strategic documents and highlight main ideas;
  • Understanding and interest in economic concepts with good knowledge in international economic development issues;
  • Ability to communicate effectively (written and oral) in English or French, preferably with a working knowledge of the other;
  • Competence in the use of Bank standard software (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint). Knowledge of SAP is desirable.

 

 

 

Job Title: Performance Analyst – Delivery Support and Implementation
Reference: ADB/17/352
Location: Côte d’Ivoire
Grade: PL6
Position N°: 50068881
The Complex

  • The Senior Vice-President is responsible for supporting the President in the day-to-day management of the Bank Group to achieve it strategic objective, and drive performance culture that will align all processes and systems to deliver high impact results.
  • The Senior Vice-President will provide effective leadership and exceptional coordination to ensure implementation and monitoring of key corporate decisions as well as the identification of necessary corrective measures and actions.
  • The Senior Vice-President will lead senior management discussions, decisions-making process and the implementation of key board and management decisions.

The Hiring Department

  • Located within the Senior Vice Presidency Complex, the Department for Delivery, Performance Management and Results supports Senior Management in meeting African Development Bank’s development mandate, improving operational and corporate performance, accelerating the pace of delivery and increasing the Bank’s impact on development. As part of its mandate, it also works to strengthen the Bank’s, external and internal, accountability for results and promotes a performance-oriented culture across the organisation.
  • The Delivery Unit is responsible for driving delivery and performance improvements in critical priority areas of the Bank. It oversees, leads and coordinates operational performance management activities, provides early warning on areas of poor performance, to facilitate quick decision making and support organisational Units in delivering the Bank’s mandate.

The Position

  • The Performance Analyst sits at the heart of the team working to collect, extract, compile, and analyze data from multiple sources to deliver critical insights on delivery and performance in order to inform the decision making process.
  • The incumbent is responsible for data collection, mining, and visualization for Business Intelligence (BI) reporting.
  • The Performance Analyst contributes to the presentation of data to effectively inform Senior Management on current and projected Bank-wide operational and program performance for decision making purposes on specific Bank priority areas.
  • Within the Division, the incumbent supports the Performance Managers by analyzing, transforming the required data into a clear and compelling presentable formats such as charts, tables, and graphs to support and enhance effectiveness of performance dialogues with Management

Duties and Responsibilities

Under the supervision and guidance of the Division Manager, the Performance Analyst will:

  • Design and update data collection systems, processes and templates.
  • Establish and maintain working relationships with data focal points in Vice-Presidency Units (VPUs) to ensure timely submission in line with agreed standards.
  • Define common standards for validation.
  • Test data for consistency, coherence with previous submissions.
  • Ensure formatting is respected and reformat as needed.
  • Cross-check with other sources of data.
  • Analyze, categorize and establish patterns, trends and correlations.
  • Build coherent time series.
  • Deduct future performance.
  • Make projections based on a clear set of assumptions.
  • Validate projections with relevant stakeholders and departments.
  • Display data using infographics, bars, pies, heat maps, spark lines and fever charts to highlight the significance of performance trajectory, trends, patterns and correlation.
  • Design and update Business Intelligence models based on users’ needs and requirements.
  • Safeguard integrity of Business Intelligence models and underlying formulas.
  • Assist in the automation of Business Intelligence Reports, in particular the Executive Dashboard and the Portfolio Flashlight.
  • Develop and maintain a repository on performance data across platforms to ease access and ensure consistency, integrity, timeliness and completeness of performance data.

Selection Criteria
Including desirable skills, knowledge and experience:

  • Hold at least a Master’s degree or its equivalent in Statistics, Management, Finance, Economics or other relevant fields.
  • Have a minimum of four (4) years of relevant experience in data analytics and reporting.
  • Experience working within the private sector is highly desirable.
  • Attention to details.
  • Ability to design from data and report innovative solutions or options for improvement.
  • Analyses relationships among several parts of a problem or situation.
  • Anticipates obstacles and thinks ahead about next steps.
  • Takes responsibility for increasing breadth of knowledge and expertise.
  • Proactively takes the initiative to make improvements in own environment.
  • Excellent technical and analytical skills.
  • Ability to use spreadsheets and IT Analytics packages and applications to manage large and complex data for business intelligence purposes.
  • Expresses complex concepts, thoughts and ideas clearly through visual representation using judgement in the choice of angle for analyzing and displaying data, elements of correlation and trends requiring attention, choice of formats and visualization effects.
  • Ability to use charting and layout data visualization software.
  • Ability to communicate effectively (written and oral) in English or French, preferably with a working knowledge of the other language.
  • Competent in the use of Bank ERP (SAP) and standard Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, Excel and PowerPoint) Expertise in the use of SQL would be desirable.

 

 

 

Job Title: Principal Direct Equity Portfolio Officer
Reference: ADB/17/373
Location: Côte d’Ivoire
Grade: PL4
Position N°: 50093752
The Complex

  • The Vice Presidency for Private Sector, Infrastructure and Industrialization is central to the Bank’s mission of developing the private sector, improving infrastructure and accelerating industrialization.
  • The complex main functions are to (i) strengthen the enabling environment for private sector [and financial sector] development conducive to inclusive growth and sustainable development, (ii) support the development of reliable and sustainable infrastructure, including cities and urban development, and (iii) place renewed emphasis on industrial and trade performance in support of structural transformation across Africa.
  • The Complex leverages knowledge, co-financing, and partnerships to attract private capital and work with governments on delivering the Bank’s development agenda.

The Hiring Department

  • The role of the Bank’s Private Sector Development Department is to promote private sector in Regional Member Countries, ensuring that it plays a central role in laying the foundations in the development role of the Bank, in line with the Bank’s 10 Year Strategy and HI 5 initiatives.
  • The mandate of the Portfolio Asset Management Division is to implement the Private Sector Development strategy through effective, efficient and consolidated monitoring and supervision of projects, programs and investments supported by the Bank through its private sector window. This will be achieved by drawing lessons from past operations to help improve the quality of new operations; loans, equity investments, guarantees and other projects.
  • The Division provides expertise, technical assistance and advisory services to origination and project monitoring units. The ultimate objective is to maintain the quality of the portfolio, at the aggregate level, within board approved limits throughout the life of the project/investment cycle and maximize development outcomes and Bank’s additionality.
  • While the teams in the Sectors have the day-to-day management responsibility of the success of the project/investments, the officers of the Portfolio Asset Management Division have the full responsibility over the investment after the first disbursement in order to ensure that the Regional Directorates and Sector Department remain accountable for processing transactions to the point where all conditions of first disbursement are met.  The Portfolio Asset Management Division is part of the Project Appraisal Team, to ensure dissemination of lessons learnt and quality at entry.

The Position
The purpose of the job is as follows:

  • The main objective of the job is to maintain high quality, high standards representation at the Board meetings of investee companies, Advisory Committees of Funds, Extraordinary General Meetings (EGM) and Annual General Meetings (AGM).
  • To maintain high quality of the reporting from the Board, AC members and representatives at Extraordinary General Meetings/Annual General Meetings.
  • To ensure information from the various meetings is conveyed to and addressed by senior management
  • Maintain high standard and timely submission of documents from the investees and the Fund managers

Duties and Responsibilities
Under the general guidance and supervision of the Chief Equity Portfolio Officer, the Principal Direct Equity Portfolio Officer will perform the following duties and responsibilities:

  • Works as a team member and coordinator of adequate attendance to the various meetings arranging for adequate officers to represent and high quality reports provided and timely submitted to senior management of the Bank;
  • Centralizes reporting in its form and content, reviews all reports from a qualitative and quantitative point of view to be able to inform, guide, advise, coordinate and ensure the adequate rating and monitoring of the direct equity portfolio.

The Principal Direct Equity Officer coordinates the following activities from the portfolio monitoring officers in the field:

  • Assists the Division manager and the Chief PE Portfolio Officer to run a disciplined, well informed and documented portfolio and Board supervision activity in collaboration with the regional directorate and in line with equity strategy;
  • Tracks the receipt of all reports from direct equity investments required under the investment agreements; follows up with investees on delinquent reports, and keep an overall summary of reporting compliance for the portfolio;
  • Reviews quarterly operational and financial reports from investees to monitor progress in investment implementation and in operations, and identify, anticipate any sign of potential problems/issues;
  • After first disbursement, oversees and clears the processing of disbursement requests in consultation with the relevant investment officer, ensuring that further disbursement conditions are satisfied;
  • Arrange for the review of insurance and environmental compliance information submitted by investees
  • Handles all requests for waivers and other changes in the terms of investment agreements
  • Schedules field supervision of all investments and arrange for appropriate staffing of these missions, including consultants
  • Deals with problem projects, including handling of rescheduling, restructuring, and other instruments, and for processing the internal documents required to obtain Board approvals.
  • Handles direct equity divestments. Will be responsible for recommending terms of such transactions and executing approved transactions;
  • Reviews all annual supervision reports prepared by portfolio management officers and ensures appropriate input from Legal, Risk Management and Environmental Staff;
  • Oversees the preparation of the documentation for departmental Portfolio review meetings, schedule these meetings and keep records of discussions and decision arising out of these meetings for follow up;
  • Oversees and prepare for the higher risk investments semi-annual equity portfolio status report for submission to Senior Management;
  • Participate in the drafting and review of the Annual Portfolio review report for submission to the Board (with specific attention to direct equity investments activities);
  • Reviews the documents for Board meetings for companies on which African Development Bank has Board seats; brief African Development Bank representatives on issues to be discussed and monitor the reporting by representative of the outcome of meetings;
  • Establishes effective partnerships with internal, external customers and stakeholders, using a range of communication and facilitation skills. This optimises opportunities for partnerships which ensures customer focused service delivery for improved business performance;
  • Reviews policies, practices and procedures as necessary to identify and scope areas for improvement;
  • Works with risk management on maintaining accurate risk rating of the individual investees (direct);
  • Coordinates the Board attendance, the Annual General Meetings  to ensure all related parties are aware of the key matters and can anticipate future complications;
  • Reviews all quarterly reports and share with portfolio and investment officers the matters which can apply to other investments: shares lessons learned and provide input at entry of new transactions to ensure quality at entry and adequate supervision program aligned with risk rating assigned to investment;
  • Constantly thrives to improve reporting, communication inside and outside the organization and knowledge sharing;
  • Ensures quality of data in the equity portfolio management software “eFront” including the accurately detailing of the capital calls and distribution;
  • Ensures timely reporting via the eFront, ensure adequate usage of eFront by colleagues involved in the origination and monitoring of the asset class;

Detailed activities in relation with the accountabilities of the function:

  • Advising, guiding and supporting line management:
  • Coordinates, Assists and provides support to Board representatives, Extraordinary General Meetings/Annual General Meetings representatives, Portfolio officers and Investment officers for proper implementation and monitoring;
  • Implementing Equity Portfolio management programmes
  • Training to Board representatives, coordination meetings with Board members and supervision officers;
  • Contributing to the development and adaptation of portfolio management officers:
  • Member of valuation committee
  • As member of the Project Appraisal Team, ensures adequate use of Private Equity Manual, Due diligence questionnaire (Legal and Business) and supervision practice (of investment and Board activities)

Selection Criteria
Including desirable skills, knowledge and experience

  • Hold at least a Master’s Degree or its equivalent in Finance, Accounting, Legal, Business Administration, Public Sector Management or related discipline;
  • Have a minimum of  six (6) years of relevant professional experience, in the Bank or a similar institution and/or in strategic consulting, investment or commercial banking, business development and macroeconomic analysis;
  • International experience working in several countries;
  • Having private sector experience will be an added advantage
  • Client and results oriented individual, with strong analytical and communication (both verbally and in writing) skills, sense of accuracy and attention to details;
  • Ability to deal with sensitive issues in a multi-cultural environment and to build effective working relations with colleagues and shareholders.
  • Strong leadership and coaching skills, with a proven track record of working in teams and creating and empowering an development oriented work environment
  • A self-starter requiring minimal supervision;
  • Ability to build effective client relationships (internally and externally);
  • Ability to represent the Portfolio and Asset Management Division effectively within and outside the African Development Bank;
  • Ability to play an active role in knowledge sharing.
  • Familiarity and interest in Corporate governance matters
  • Knowledge in Finance and Accounting with Investment experience,
  • Understanding of the dynamics of equity investments, corporate governance, Boards and Annual General Meetings dynamics and best practices.
  • Understanding of the importance of capital structure and board composition.
  • Strong communication, coordination and technical skills to ensure that information flows back from the field to the portfolio asset management division and reverse.
  • Ability to communicate effectively (written and oral) in English or French, preferably with a working knowledge of the other. Command of Arabic and Portuguese (both verbal and in writing) would be an advantage.
  • Competence in the use of Bank standard software (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint).
  • Equity portfolio management software eFront.
  • Knowledge of SAP is desirable. Use on line searches for benchmarking exercises and stock market data.

 

 

 

Job Title: Chief Electro-Mechanical Engineer
Reference: ADB/17/360
Location: Côte d’Ivoire
Grade: PL3
Position N°: 50000414
The Complex

  • The Vice-Presidency, Human Resources and Corporate Services Complex ensures the delivery of efficient, people-centred, client-oriented, corporate services to ensure overall institutional effectiveness in all Bank operations.
  • The Vice-Presidency, Human Resources and Corporate Services, is responsible for leading the effort to digitalise and transform the Bank into a knowledge-driven workforce, promote human resource policies that enhance talent, lead a performance-driven culture, and establishing the Bank’s position as the employer of choice.
  • The Vice-Presidency, Human Resources and Corporate Services Complex will also drive a new corporate culture that rewards creativity and innovation, develops talent, attracts to and retains a world-class workforce in the Bank.

The Hiring Department

  • Within the Vice-Presidency, Human Resources and Corporate Services Complex, the General Services and Procurement Department formulates and implements the Bank’s corporate services and institutional procurement strategies.
  • The role of the Operations and Maintenance Division of the General Services Department comprises:  management of the Bank’s technical infrastructure; management of all Bank fixed assets and real estate; and technical support for activities as part of the Bank’s decentralisation policy.
  • In this regard, the Operations and Maintenance Division of the General Services Department makes a visible contribution to the support provided by the Corporate Services Complex to other Bank complexes and entities.
  • Thus, this Division plays a significant role in implementing the Bank’s new development and service delivery model.

The Position
The Chief Electro-mechanical Engineer is responsible for:

  • Planning and supervising projects and investment programmes for electrical works, air-conditioning, ventilation and heating (HVAC) systems throughout successive phases in the Bank’s buildings at Headquarters, in the Regional Offices and other field offices.
  • Designing and supervising the implementation of preventive maintenance plans for the various electrical equipment and systems, and air conditioning in the Bank’s buildings and other premises at Headquarters.
  • Preparing the investment and operating budgets of all electrical and climate control engineering works; and maintenance services and control.

Duties and Responsibilities
Under the supervision of the CHGS.1 Division Manager, the incumbent will be head the Technical Equipment and Installations Section of the Division. Principally, he/she will:

  • Supervise the execution of new and renovation works, and coordinate the management of maintenance and operations contracts on technical installations and equipment.
  • Ensure the review and control of all ongoing electrical, energy and climate engineering projects at the design and execution stage, as well as monitor and examine the relevant environmental and sustainable development requirements.
  • Oversee the preparation of technical bidding documents and participate in setting up works and services contracts on electrical and energy systems and installations.
  • Propose and initiate energy- and cost-savings studies on technical functionality, evaluate energy savings and possible cost reductions, and make recommendations thereon.
  • Supervise the implementation of investment and operating budgets for equipment and technical installations.
  • Participate in implementing the Bank’s decentralisation policy in collaboration with stakeholders in other relevant departments.
  • Supervise regulatory inspection visits to technical facilities and ensure the implementation of the relevant recommendations of the control offices.
  • Keep abreast of technological developments in the multi-technical field of building construction and renewable energies, and take them into account during the implementation of capital investment programmes.
  • In consultation with the team under his/her supervision, review client requests and ensure that all incidents related to electrical and energy installations are resolved.
  • As Section Head, organise, lead and control the team’s activities, and set work programme priorities.

Selection Criteria
Including desirable skills, knowledge and experience:

  • Hold at least a Master’s degree or its equivalent in electrical engineering; a specialisation in technical management of works or in electrical control would be an added advantage.
  • Have a minimum of ten (10) years of relevant experience in industrial or tertiary electromechanical works or installations maintenance, of which the last five (5) years spent in an organisation or institution similar to the Bank.
  • Proven experience in technical management of electrical and energy works.
  • In-depth knowledge and experience in planning, organising, managing and coordinating complex works projects and programmes, and service delivery.
  • Sound knowledge of regulatory norms and provisions in the field of power generation and distribution.
  • Having private sector experience will be an added advantage.
  • Possess skills in budget management and procurement of works, goods and services.
  • Proven experience in delivering quality operational products and services (economic / technical analysis, expert opinion, evaluation, etc.) to support Bank activities.
  • Sound knowledge of the Bank’s operational policies, rules, procedures and practices or of those of a comparable institution.
  • Ability to communicate effectively in written and spoken English or French, with a good working knowledge of the other language.
  • Proficiency in the use of standard Microsoft software (Word, Excel, Access, Power Point); knowledge of SAP would be an added advantage.

 

 

Job Title: Chief Investment Officer (Origination)
Reference: ADB/17/369
Location: Côte d’Ivoire
Grade: PL3
Position N°: 50093664
The Complex

  • The Vice Presidency for ‘Power, Energy, Climate and Green Growth’ is a Sector Complex focusing on the Bank’s Ten Year Strategy and first High 5s priority of “Light up and Power Africa”.
  • The complex’s objectives are to develop policy and strategy; to provide deep sector technical expertise to the Regions by gathering pool of experienced individuals who can be consulted for their expertise on complicated transactions; to develop new financing instruments; to act as spokesperson to represent the Bank with external stakeholders on all aspects of “Light Up and Power Africa”.
  • The Complex will focus on areas of Power systems, policy and regulation, renewable energy; and, Climate and Green Growth.

The Department

  • The Energy Financial Solutions, Policy and Regulations department is responsible for advising Regional Member Countries in the establishment of relevant policies and regulations and to structure energy investments.
  • The department is also responsible for coordinating relevant flagship programs: Early stage Project support and Financing Catalyst and Country-wide Transformation.
  • Under the department there are two divisions, namely: Energy Policy Regulations and Statistics Division and Financial Solutions Division.

The Hiring Division

  • The Energy Financial Solutions Division provides leadership in the structuring of financing instruments to attract both public and private sector investments into the power sector. These instruments include grant funding, debt, equity, blended finance, leasing and innovative capital markets solutions.
  • The Financial Solutions Division leads on non-sovereign energy sector operations and provides financial expertise, including structuring investments across the full spectrum of the energy sector.

The Position

  • The responsibility of the Chief Investment Officer is to ensure the technical strength of the Bank’s activities in support of transactions linked to private sector investments in the electricity sector.
  • The main task of the job holder will be to identify business opportunities and execute transactions related to private investments in energy value chain and collaborate with the hubs and governance units in supporting regulatory reforms to allow successful Independent Power Projects (IPP) investment, as well as process financing instruments through to board approval for IPP projects.

Duties and Responsibilities
Under the overall supervision and general guidance of the Division Manager, Financial Solutions, the Investment Officer (Origination) will perform the following:

  • Coordinate the delivery of flagships as relevant to ensure delivery of the New Deal on Energy objectives;
  • Lead the structuring of projects involving public and private sector participation (e.g. in the form of IPP and project finance operations) in close coordination with Hub teams, Power Systems, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Teams;
  • Work across the energy value chain and be involved in new business processing until funding is secured;
  • Contribute towards developing a strong pipeline of good quality investment opportunities through anticipating market trends and employing sector/country knowledge;
  • Evaluate, structure, negotiate, and close new transactions, portfolio restructurings, rescheduling, capital increases, equity sales, leasing, capital markets solutions etc.;
  • Develop innovative and appropriate financial structures for complex transactions;
  • Lead/participate in negotiation/documentation teams; negotiate to develop solutions and overcome bottlenecks in the transaction life-cycle;
  • Lead negotiation of energy project documents, including Investment Agreement, shareholders’ Agreement, Concession Agreements, Power Purchase Agreements, Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) Contracts, Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Agreements, Fuel Supply Agreements, etc.;
  • Have a thorough understanding of the power and utilities, including markets, major operators and technologies; and provide advice to Power and Energy Complex team members in the regional hubs concerning the processing of transactions linked to IPP investments.
  • Develop a good understanding of project and concession financing, tendering of IPP projects, policy issues, license conditions, tariff regimes, and collaborate on these matters as appropriate with sector policy specialists and government regulators and officials;
  • Build and maintain strong relationships with clients, especially regional IPP developers and sponsors, utilities, banking and multilateral partners and government officials to develop specific investment opportunities;
  • Support/advise and when necessary lead the evaluation, structuring, negotiation of new transactions;
  • Have an appreciation of applicable capital markets and leasing solutions that may be employed in financing the energy sector;
  • Lead/Participate and manage project teams, mentor and develop junior staff;
  • Perform any other duty assigned by the Division manager or Director.

Selection Criteria
Including desirable skills, knowledge and experience:

  • Hold at least a Master’s degree in Economics, Finance, Business and/or a professional qualification such as: Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Chartered Accountant (ACCA) etc.;
  • Have a minimum of seven (7) years relevant working experience in financial structuring in the energy value chain gained from within a Commercial/Investment Bank, Development Finance Institution, Energy Utility, Infrastructure/Private Equity Fund, Sovereign Wealth Fund, Energy Project Developer, established Accounting/Consulting Firm etc.;
  • Proven ability to identify, process and negotiate complex transactions in the energy sector from a private sector standpoint and in particular related to Independent Power Projects (IPP) investments;
  • Ability to review and understand complex financial models; proven ability to construct financial models from scratch would be a strong bonus
  • Appreciation of company valuation techniques, corporate and project finance concepts as well as capital markets solutions.
  • Having private sector experience will be an added advantage.
  • Communication : Good listener with demonstrated ability to present and win support for ideas
  • Client orientation and team working skills
  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing effectively in French or English, with a good working knowledge of the other language.
  • Competent in the use of standard Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint).

 

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
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Application Deadline: 23rd August, 2017.

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