• Ongoing Recruitment at The African Development Bank Group (AfDB)

  • Posted on: 15 July, 2015 Deadline: 31 August, 2015
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  • The African Development Bank Group (AfDB) is a multilateral development finance institution established to contribute to the economic development and social progress of African countries. The AfDB was founded in 1964 and comprises three entities: The African Development Bank, the African Development Fund and the Nigeria Trust Fund.

    Chief Risk Officer, Africa50

     

    Objectives

    Africa50 is a landmark investment vehicle, focused exclusively on Africa’s infrastructure development opportunities. It is an independent, profit driven, commercially managed entity. It will provide a means for private sector investors to bring fresh capital to infrastructure development while securing a return. The result should be a significant boost to efforts to ensure sustained economic growth on the African continent. Africa50 will focus on large scale, transformative, commercially and developmentally sustainable infrastructure projects. Africa50 will target investments in high-impact national and regional projects in the energy, transport, Information Communication Technology and water sectors. 

    Duties and responsibilities

    The Chief Risk Officer will have overall responsibility for the development and implementation of a detailed business risk management framework, both operational and those relating to the individual transactions of Africa50. This includes developing the processes and recommending the risk appetite statements and limits, and then ensuring the organization remains within these limits. The Chief Risk Officer will also work with other members of the Senior Management Team in developing and implementing the strategies for Africa50. This position will report to the Africa50 Chief Executive Officer and the Board.

    Africa50 seeks to appoint the Chief Risk Officer to undertake, but not limited to, the following activities: 

    • Develop risk assessment and monitoring policies and procedures for both the operations of Africa50 and for the transactions, including sourcing information, setting and monitoring of limits, to ensure that all existing and emerging risks are appropriately identified, monitored and managed, and that any breaches are appropriately recorded and managed;
    • Provide guidance on the type and quality of management information proportionate to the nature, scale and complexity of the business, to be provided to senior management and the Board to ensure good governance;
    • Ensure compliance with regulatory and statutory provisions regarding risk management, prompt reporting of risk positions and provision of advice on possible resolutions of critical issues;
    • Create a culture of intelligent risk-taking, heighten awareness and use of advanced risk management practices through educational programs, training processes and personal mentoring with senior executives, business unit management and general staff;
    • Overseeing the activities of the risk function in transaction approval, including requiring additional risk mitigation where appropriate;
    • Manages internal audit function to ensure that policies and procedures are appropriate and followed, and to carry out investigations and recommend changes if appropriate;
    • Oversees monthly reporting to senior management, and to the Board at each Board meeting on risk matters, including compliance with relevant regulatory, legal and internal requirements;
    • Ensuring that operational risk is managed effectively within his/her areas of responsibility, and that his/her teams comply with all approved operational risk controls;
    • Chairing Portfolio Management and Risk and Compliance Committees;
    • Provides technical support and training to Africa50 on risk-related issues;
    • Drives continuous improvement of risk management practices, commensurate with its size, complexity and geographic focus. Proactively monitors current and emerging regulatory and risk issues and changes impacting Africa50. Provides guidance, advice and leads implementation of initiatives to address issues;
    • As a member of the Senior Management Team, assists the CEO in the management and development of Africa50 to ensure a smoothly functioning, efficient organization.

    Selection Criteria

    Applicants must have:

    • Comprehensive risk management and regulatory knowledge and experience as a banker or regulator in key risks facing financial services companies including on credit, interest rate, liquidity, mergers/acquisitions, compliance , legal and operational risks.
    • Knowledge and experience of internal audit matters in financial institutions.
    • Knowledge current trends and developments, and experience in theories of risk matters and infrastructure development and finance in Africa.
    • Skills to foster and cultivate business opportunities and partnerships.
    • Ability to recognize and be responsive to the needs of all clients of the organization, including funding organizations, the Board of Directors, governments, and employees.
    • People management skills to supervise staff, including regular progress reviews and plans for development.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

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    Consultant Investment Officers, Africa50

     

    Objectives

    Africa50 is a landmark investment vehicle, focused exclusively on Africa’s infrastructure development opportunities. It is an independent, profit driven, commercially managed entity. It will provide a means for private sector investors to bring fresh capital to infrastructure development while securing a return. The result should be a significant boost to efforts to ensure sustained economic growth on the African continent. Africa50 will focus on large scale, transformative, commercially and developmentally sustainable infrastructure projects. Africa50 will target investments in high-impact national and regional projects in the energy, transport, Information Communication Technology and water sectors. 

    Duties and responsibilities

    Africa50 seeks to appoint Consultant Investment Officers for periods ranging from 3 to 6 months with possibility of contract extension, to undertake the following activities: 

    • Identify projects in energy and transports sector, water and ICT and other related sectors;
    • Prepare screening papers to filter projects;
    • Undertake promotion missions and business development;
    • Build strong market intelligence tools;
    • Build strong relationships with industrial operators in energy and transports and other sectors in infrastructure;
    • Build strong relationships with other IFIs for risk sharing;
    • Prepare documents for credit processes;
    • Lead teams comprising various profiles to process investments;
    • Present investment proposals to various committees;
    • Participate in the preparation of the legal documentation for the project financing;
    • Supervise the satisfaction of CPs;
    • Process the disbursements;
    • Maintain good relationships with institutions dealing with PPP in African countries.

    Selection Criteria

    Applicants must have:

    • Ten to fifteen (10-15) years infrastructure projects financing and project management experience in the energy, transport, water and/or ICT sectors.
    • Experience of working on medium sized and large scale infrastructure projects in one of the sectors - energy, transport, water or ICT sectors.
    • Experience in deal making and financial structuring using various financial products.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
    • Experience of working in Africa and/or in developing countries desirable.
    • Proficiency in appropriate information technology software.

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    Consultant: Energy Sector Public-Private-Partnerships Specialist, Africa50

    • Job TypeFull Time  
    • Qualification  
    • Experience 10 years
    • Location Nigeria
    • Job Field Consultancy  
     

    Objectives

    Africa50 is a landmark investment vehicle, focused exclusively on Africa’s infrastructure development opportunities. It is an independent, profit driven, commercially managed entity. It will provide a means for private sector investors to bring fresh capital to infrastructure development while securing a return. The result should be a significant boost to efforts to ensure sustained economic growth on the African continent. Africa50 will focus on large scale, transformative, commercially and developmentally sustainable infrastructure projects. Africa50 will target investments in high-impact national and regional projects in the energy, transport, Information Communication Technology and water sectors. 

    Duties and responsibilities

    Reporting to the Head of Project Development, and working closely in collaboration with other staff and consultants, this position is responsible for support to the project development team.
    Africa50 seeks to appoint an Energy sector Public-Private-Partnerships Specialist to undertake, but not limited to, the following activities: 

    • Identify projects in energy sector with high likelihood for PPP for project development activities;
    • Negotiate and partner with Governments to undertake the projects in form of PPP;
    • Prepare Investment Proposals for Project Development Financing;
    • Develop Terms of Reference (ToR) and processes for selection of firms to carry out prefeasibility studies and feasibility studies;
    • Develop ToR for market studies;
    • Identify potential technical partners for the projects;
    • Organize tendering for awarding projects to technical partners;
    • Negotiate terms and conditions for the co-development company;
    • Negotiate the terms and conditions for the facility for project preparation;
    • Prepare a final report for completion of the PD;
    • Implement the exit from the successful projects before the financial closing;
    • Develop strategic relationships with African countries for PPP advancement;
    • Build and share knowledge with African countries on PPP.

    Selection Criteria

    Applicants must have:

    • Ten to fifteen (10-15) years energy infrastructure projects preparation and project management experience.
    • Experience of working on medium sized and large scale energy infrastructure projects.
    • Experience in deal making and financial structuring is desired.
    • Experience of working in Africa and/or in developing countries.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

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    General Counsel - Africa50

     

    Objectives

    Africa50 is a landmark investment vehicle, focused exclusively on Africa’s infrastructure development opportunities. It is an independent, profit driven, commercially managed entity. It will provide a means for private sector investors to bring fresh capital to infrastructure development while securing a return. The result should be a significant boost to efforts to ensure sustained economic growth on the African continent. Africa50 will focus on large scale, transformative, commercially and developmentally sustainable infrastructure projects. Africa50 will target investments in high-impact national and regional projects in the energy, transport, Information Communication Technology and water sectors. 

    Duties and responsibilities

    The General Counsel will direct the legal and compliance activities of Africa50’s business, including those activities relating to Africa50’s operations to ensure that the business is in compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements. This includes working with the business teams in managing the legal resources on individual transactions. The General Counsel will also work with other members of the Senior Management Team in developing and implementing the strategies for Africa50. This position will report to the Africa50 Chief Executive Officer.

    Africa50 seeks to appoint the General Counsel to undertake, but not limited to, the following activities: 

    • Manage Africa50’s strategic and legal documentation;
    • Act as Company Secretary to the Board and monitor and provide opinion on corporate governance;
    • Provide legal advice (and managing external legal counsel if appropriate) on commercial, financial, civil and corporate matters related to Africa50’s activities;
    • Working with the CEO, to ensure that all activities and operations are performed in compliance with applicable regulations and laws governing business operations;
    • Manage the Compliance function to ensure Africa50 meets international best practice in terms of compliance;
    • Work with the transaction teams to ensure that Africa50’s requirements are incorporated into any documentation, and assisting in the management of any external legal resources on transactions;
    • Establish processes and prepare any necessary legal reports for the Board and Shareholders and regulatory bodies;
    • Provide internal training on legal, regulatory and compliance topics to ensure the business is kept current on all issues, and to enhance individual legal and fiduciary responsibilities;
    • Supporting the risk function in quantification of potential legal liabilities;
    • Ensuring that operational risk is managed effectively within his/her areas of responsibility, and that his/her teams comply with all approved operational risk controls;
    • As a member of the Senior Management Team, assist the CEO in the management and development of Africa50 to ensure a smoothly functioning, and efficient organization.
    • Ensure the Department is performing well and provide good and timely services to other Departments.

    Selection Criteria

    Applicants must have:

    • Qualifications and practice or experience in Civil and/or Common Law.
    • Admission to a bar.
    • Knowledge and Experience of compliance matters in financial institutions.
    • Experience of current trends, developments, and theories in finance and legal matters, and infrastructure development in Africa.
    • Skills to foster and cultivate business opportunities and partnerships.
    • Ability to recognize and be responsive to the needs of all clients of the organization, including funding organizations, the Board of Directors, governments, and employees.
    • People management skills to supervise staff, including regular progress reviews and plans for development.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

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    Consultant : Transport Sector Public-Private-Partnerships Specialist, Africa50

    • Job TypeFull Time  
    • Qualification  
    • Experience 10 years
    • Location Nigeria
    • Job Field Consultancy  
     

    Objectives

    Africa50 is a landmark investment vehicle, focused exclusively on Africa’s infrastructure development opportunities. It is an independent, profit driven, commercially managed entity. It will provide a means for private sector investors to bring fresh capital to infrastructure development while securing a return. The result should be a significant boost to efforts to ensure sustained economic growth on the African continent. Africa50 will focus on large scale, transformative, commercially and developmentally sustainable infrastructure projects. Africa50 will target investments in high-impact national and regional projects in the energy, transport, Information Communication Technology and water sectors. 

    Duties and responsibilities

    Africa50 seeks to appoint an infrastructure consultant for a period of 3 to 6 months with possibility of contract extension to undertake the following activities: 

    • Identify those projects in the transport sector with a high likelihood for Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) for project development activities;
    • Negotiate and partner with Governments to undertake the projects in the form of PPP;
    • Prepare Investment Proposal for the Project Development Financing;
    • Develop Terms of Reference (ToR) and process for selection of firms to carry out prefeasibility studies and feasibility studies;
    • Develop ToR for market scoping;
    • Identify potential technical partners for the projects;
    • Organize tendering for awarding of projects to technical partners;
    • Negotiate terms and conditions for the co-development company;
    • Negotiate the terms and conditions for the facility for project preparation;
    • Prepare a final report for completion of the PD
    • Implement the exit from the successful projects before the financial closing;
    • Develop strategic relationship with African countries for PPP advancement;
    • Build and share knowledge with African countries on PPP.

    Selection Criteria

    Applicants must have:

    • Ten to fifteen (10-15) years transport infrastructure projects preparation and project management experience.
    • Experience of working on medium sized and large scale infrastructure projects in the transport sector.
    • Experience in deal making and financial structuring is desired.
    • Experience of working in Africa and/or in developing countries.

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    Director of Project Finance, Africa50

     

    Objectives

    Africa50 is a landmark investment vehicle, focused exclusively on Africa’s infrastructure development opportunities. It is an independent, profit driven, commercially managed entity. It will provide a means for private sector investors to bring fresh capital to infrastructure development while securing a return. The result should be a significant boost to efforts to ensure sustained economic growth on the African continent. Africa50 will focus on large scale, transformative, commercially and developmentally sustainable infrastructure projects. Africa50 will target investments in high-impact national and regional projects in the energy, transport, Information Communication Technology and water sectors. 

    Duties and responsibilities

    This position is responsible for originating and leading the finance of infrastructure projects in Africa, with a view to providing projects for Africa50 to finance.  The person will need to interact with and balance the interests of government officials, private sector capital and infrastructure providers, contractors and other multi-lateral lenders, and work closely with the Director of Project Development. The Director of Project Finance will also work with other members of the Senior Management Team in developing and implementing the strategies for Africa50. The Director of Project Finance will report to the Chief Executive Officer of Africa50.

    Africa50 seeks to appoint a the Director of Project Finance to undertake, but not limited to, the following activities: 

    • Working with the Director of Project Development, develop and implement a strategy for Africa50 in developing a pipeline of appropriate infrastructure projects in Africa;
    • Hire and Lead a team to originate and finance (debt, mezzanine and equity) infrastructure projects in Africa, balancing the requirements of governments and private sector participants, while meeting the risk/reward objectives of Africa50 in both financial and environmental and social areas;
    • Lead a team to structure, negotiate and execute the financial contracts of infrastructure projects. This will also entail working closely with, and providing input to the Project Development team on all contracts in Infrastructure projects;
    • Provide Risk with all information to enable them to measure, manage and monitor risk exposures;
    • Produce regular reports to the Senior Management Team and the Board on progress;
    • Maintain a macro-overview of specific business environments including finance and regulatory/environmental legislation in Africa;
    • Work with the legal and risk departments to ensure that Africa50’s requirements are incorporated into any documentation;
    • Ensure that operational risk is managed effectively within his/her areas of responsibility, and that his/her teams comply with all approved operational risk controls;
    • As a member of the Senior Management Team, assists the CEO in the management and development of Africa50 to ensure a smoothly functioning, efficient organization.

    Selection Criteria

    Applicants must have:

    • Experience of and a successful track record in project finance of infrastructure projects in emerging markets, including debt, mezzanine and equity.
    • Experience of current trends, developments, and theories in finance and development of infrastructure around the world.
    • Skills to foster and cultivate business opportunities and partnerships.
    • Ability to recognize and be responsive to the needs of all clients of the organization, including funding organizations, the Board of Directors, governments, and employees.
    • People management skills to supervise staff, including regular progress reviews and plans for growth and improvement.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

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    Director of Project Development - Africa50

     

    Objectives

    Africa50 is a landmark investment vehicle, focused exclusively on Africa’s infrastructure development opportunities. It is an independent, profit driven, commercially managed entity. It will provide a means for private sector investors to bring fresh capital to infrastructure development while securing a return. The result should be a significant boost to efforts to ensure sustained economic growth on the African continent. Africa50 will focus on large scale, transformative, commercially and developmentally sustainable infrastructure projects. Africa50 will target investments in high-impact national and regional projects in the energy, transport, Information Communication Technology and water sectors. 

    Duties and responsibilities

    This position is responsible for originating and leading the development of infrastructure projects in Africa, with a view to providing projects for Africa50 to invest in and finance.  The person will need to interact with and balance the interests of government officials, private sector capital and infrastructure providers, contractors and other multi-lateral lenders, and work closely with the Director of Project Finance. The Director of Project Development will also work with other members of the Senior Management Team in developing and implementing the strategies for Africa50.This position will report to the Africa50 Chief Executive Officer.

    Africa50 seeks to appoint the Director of Project Development to undertake, but not limited to, the following activities: 

    • Working with the Director of Project Finance, develop and implement a strategy for Africa50 in developing a pipeline of appropriate infrastructure projects in Africa;
    • Lead a team to originate and structure infrastructure projects in Africa, balancing the requirements of governments, private sector participants and finance providers, while meeting the risk/reward objectives of Africa50 in both financial and environmental and social areas;
    • Many of the projects will be at an early stage, which will require developing and managing budgets on an effective basis, facilitating feasibility studies, procuring a variety of contracts including consultants, contractors, and finance;
    • Lead a team to structure, negotiate and execute the non-financial contracts of infrastructure projects, but ensuring that the terms and conditions will be acceptable to capital providers;
    • Produce regular reports to the Senior Management Team and the Board on progress;
    • Provide Risk with all information required to enable them to manage, measure and monitor risk exposures;
    • Maintain a macro-overview of specific business environments including regulatory/environmental legislation in Africa;
    • Work with the legal and risk departments to ensure that Africa50’s requirements are incorporated into documentation;
    • Ensuring that operational risk is managed effectively within his/her areas of responsibility, and that his/her teams comply with all approved operational risk controls;
    • As a member of the Senior Management Team, assist the CEO in the management and development of Africa50 to ensure a smoothly functioning, and efficient organization.

    Selection Criteria

    Applicants must have:

    • Experience of and a successful track record in developing infrastructure projects in emerging markets, including all financial aspects.
    • Experience of current trends, developments, and theories in finance and development of infrastructure around the world.
    • Skills to foster and cultivate business opportunities and partnerships.
    • Ability to recognize and be responsive to the needs of all clients of the organization, including funding organizations, the Board of Directors, governments, and employees.
    • People management skills to supervise staff, including regular progress reviews and plans for development.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

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    Senior fire and physical security officer, SECU

     

    Objectives

    The key security objectives are to assure for all of the Bank’s locations the:

    • Fire Protection of all AFDB assets and personnel in Cote d’Ivoire and at all AFDB locations worldwide.
    • Implementation of fire security and fire emergency contingency plans.
    • Prepare Fire security infrastructure for a return to Headquarters from the TRA.
    • Conducting Fire Risk Analysis and Fire Risk Assessment Reviews to be included in all Security Unit (SECU) reporting from the Chief of Security at HQ.
    • Close liaison with the Security Fire officials in host countries and other global partners in Cote d’Ivoire .
    • Expand fire and safety programs to the Field.
    • Protection of all AFDB assets and personnel in Cote d’Ivoire
    • Conduct physical security operations under the guidance of the Chief of Security at HQ

    Duties and responsibilities

    Under the supervision of the Chief of Security, the incumbent will:

    • Carry out evaluation and diagnostics of fire security risks, demonstrating a thorough understanding of the full array of Bank activities and of the work of contractors.
    • Assess and determine existing risk levels, basing judgment on a comprehensive knowledge of fire and physical security risk management techniques, policies and accepted best practices.
    • Identify and quantify fire spreading risks, based on an expert knowledge of materials flammability, storage of hazardous substances, etc…
    • Ensure compliance with existing fire security standards applicable to high-rise buildings and public buildings for all Bank locations.
    • Develop and propose a global fire security organization based on international regulations for prevention and protection.
    • Ensure the proper deployment of procedures by organizing regular evacuation exercises, training and information sessions for the benefit of Bank staff.
    • Coordinate closely with internal Bank partners such as the Business Continuity Manager and the Division of Human resources responsible for Health and Safety.
    • Provide security advice to the Head of the Security Unit in both a pro-active and reactive manner;
    • Prepare, for approval of the Chief of the Security, all Côte d’Ivoire related security  documentation such as risk assessments, security procedures, reports concerning threat levels, security incidents involving ADB personnel, the organization of security at the Headquarters and the analysis of security events affecting the ADB itself;
    • Conduct liaison with all contracted security companies and manage security contracts;
    • Control access to all Bank facilities in Cote d’Ivoire;
    • Implement technical security improvements to all Bank facilities in Cote d’Ivoire.
    • Develop and supervise security training programs for SECU staff at HQ in Abidjan.

    Selection Criteria

    • A minimum of Master's Degree in liberal arts, business or security related fields
    • A minimum of five (5) years of relevant experience in fire and physical security.
    • Knowledge of  crisis and emergency plans
    • Knowledge in security training programs
    • Ability to work in a team
    • Knowledge and use of Bank processes and systems will be an asset. 
    • Knowledge of the Bank's . rules and procedures will be an asset
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and/or French. A good working knowledge of the other language is an added advantage
    • Working experience in a multilateral development organization is an asset;
    • Proven good interpersonal skills demonstrated by the ability to work in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment, with sensitivity and respect for diversity and the ability to build trust and provide consultancy to different stakeholders.
    • Demonstrated capacity to lead, consult and advice on security issues and change management initiatives.
    • Strong communication, client orientation; and multi-tasking skills.
    • Be conversant with the Bank’s software, i.e., Word, Excel, SAP, MS Project and PowerPoint.

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    Chief Financial Officer, Africa50

     

    Objectives

    Africa50 is a landmark investment vehicle, focused exclusively on Africa’s infrastructure development opportunities. It is an independent, profit driven, commercially managed entity. It will provide a means for private sector investors to bring fresh capital to infrastructure development while securing a return. The result should be a significant boost to efforts to ensure sustained economic growth on the African continent. Africa50 will focus on large scale, transformative, commercially and developmentally sustainable infrastructure projects. Africa50 will target investments in high-impact national and regional projects in the energy, transport, Information Communication Technology and water sectors. 

    Duties and responsibilities

    The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) provides both operational and programmatic support to Africa50. The CFO supervises the finance unit and is the chief financial spokesperson for the organization. The CFO reports directly to the CEO and directly assists the Chief Operating Officer (COO) on all strategic and tactical matters as they relate to budget management, cost benefit analysis, forecasting needs and the securing of sufficient funding. The Chief Financial Officer will also work with other members of the Senior Management Team in developing and implementing the strategies for Africa50.

    Africa50 seeks to appoint a Chief Financial Officer to undertake, but not limited to the following activities: 

    • Train the Finance Unit and other staff on raising awareness and knowledge of financial management matters.
    • Work with the CEO on the strategic vision including fostering and cultivating stakeholder relationships, as well as assisting in the development and negotiation of contracts.
    • Participate in developing new business, specifically: assist the CEO and COO in identifying new funding opportunities, the drafting of prospective programmatic budgets, and determining cost effectiveness of prospective service delivery.
    • Assess the benefits of all prospective contracts and advise the Senior Management Team on programmatic design and implementation matters.
    • Ensure adequate controls are installed and that substantiating documentation is approved and available such that all purchases may pass independent and governmental audits.
    • Provide the COO with an operating budget. Work with the COO to ensure programmatic success through cost analysis support, and compliance with all contractual and programmatic requirements. This includes: 1) interpreting legislative and programmatic rules and regulations to ensure compliance with all guidelines, 2) ensuring that all regulations and requirements are disseminated to appropriate personnel, and 3) monitoring compliance.
    • Supporting the risk function in quantification of operational risk losses and near misses
    • Oversee the management and coordination of all fiscal reporting activities for the organization including: organizational revenue/expense and balance sheet reports, reports to funding agencies and shareholders, development and monitoring of organizational and contract/grant budgets.
    • Oversee all purchasing and payroll activity for staff and participants.
    • Develop and maintain systems of internal controls to safeguard financial assets of the organization. Oversee the coordination and activities of independent auditors ensuring all audit issues are resolved, and all compliance issues are met, and the preparation of the annual financial statements is in accordance with IFRS and others.
    • Attend Board and Subcommittee meetings as required.
    • Monitor banking activities of the organization.
    • Ensure adequate cash flow and liquidity to meet the organization's needs.
    • Ensuring that operational risk is managed effectively within his/her areas of responsibility, and that his/her teams comply with all approved operational risk controls
    • Oversee the production of monthly reports including financial statements and cash flow projections for use by senior management, as well as the Board of Directors.
    • Ensure a disaster recovery plan is in place.
    • Oversee business insurance plans and health care coverage analysis.
    • Working with the COO, oversee the maintenance of the inventory of all fixed assets
    •  Assist in performing all tasks necessary to achieve the organization's mission and help execute staff succession and growth plans.
    • As a member of the Senior Management Team, assist the CEO in the management and development of Africa50 to ensure a smoothly functioning, efficient organization.

    Selection Criteria

    Applicants must have:

    • Knowledge of accounting in accordance with IFRS and other standards.
    • Current trends, developments, and theories in finance and accounting, and infrastructure development and financing in Africa.
    • Foster and cultivate business opportunities and partnerships.
    • Create and assess financial statements and budget documents.
    • Recognize and be responsive to the needs of all clients of the organization, including funding organizations, the Board of Directors, governments, clients, and employers.
    • Supervise staff, including regular progress reviews and plans for improvement.
    • Communicate effectively

    Method of Application

    Interested and suitably qualified candidates should click on preferred job titles to apply online.

    Chief Risk Officer, Africa50

       
    Consultant Investment Officers, Africa50    
    Consultant: Energy Sector Public-Private-Partnerships Specialist, Africa50    
    General Counsel - Africa50    
    Consultant : Transport Sector Public-Private-Partnerships Specialist, Africa50    
    Director of Project Finance, Africa50    

    Director of Project Development - Africa50

    Senior fire and physical security officer, SECU    
    Chief Financial Officer, Africa50

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