• Ongoing Recrutiment at The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)

  • Posted on: 5 October, 2015 Deadline: 4 December, 2015
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  • The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) is a regional group of fifteen West African countries. Founded on 28 May 1975, with the signing of the Treaty of Lagos, its mission is to promote economic integration across the region. Considered one of the pillars of the African Economic Community, the organization was founded in order to achieve collective self-sufficiency for its member states by creating a single large trading bloc through an economic and trading union. It also serves as a peacekeeping force in the region. The organization operates officially in three co-equal languages French, English, and Portuguese.

    We are currently recruiting for the following vacant positions below:

    Financial Sector Officer

     

    Reference: ECW-GIABA/FSO-P/002/2015
    Location: Abuja, Nigeria
    Department: Specialised Institution
    Directorate: Programmes & Projects
    Grade: P3/P4
    Supervisor: Principal Programmes Officer

    Job Description

    • Under the supervision of the Principal Programme Officer, the Financial Sector Officer shall provide support for the other experts in evaluating the financial sector.
    • He/she shall also ensure the link with the relevant regulatory and supervisory institutions in Member States for the achievement of GIABA’s objectives.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Ensure the analysis of guidelines, documents, reports and other financial policy instruments.
    • Participate in the assessment of techncial assistance needs of GIABA Member States;
    • Participate in GIABA’s Mutual Evaluation exercises;
    • Ensure the drafting of reports related to the evaluation of the financial sector;
    • Ensure training and other capacity building measures;
    • Ensure the compliance with AML/CFT measures;
    • Contribute to the development of the financial sector policy in accordance with FATF Sstandards;
    • Assist in sourcing technical and financial support for GIABA’s programmes;
    • Provide technical assistance to Member States, in collaboration with the other experts at the Secretariat;
    • Ensure permanent consistency of actions and activities implemented in line with the specific targets of the Division and the general objectives of the Institution;
    • Ensure efficient periodic reporting of activities implemented as well as outcomes to the line supervisor.
    • Make proposals on all the activities pertaining to Its mandate;
    • Independently undertake specific missions at the request of the line supervisor;
    • Perform any other task entrusted to himher by the DG.

    Qualifications/Experience/Skills

    Educational Qualification:

    • A Bachelor's degree in Finance, Economics, Law or Social Science or any other related field.

    Experience:

    • A minimum of (5) years proven experience in the pertinent areas at national or international level.
    • A post-graduate degree will reduce the number of years experience to three (3) years.
    • Experience with a regional or international organisation is desirable;
    • Working experience in the public sector would be an added advantage.

    Competencies (Skills, Knowledge and Abilities):

    • Knowledge of or familiarity with measures against economic and financial crimes, including money laundering, and financing of terrorism;
    • Sound knowledge of AML/CFT issues;
    • Good writing skills;
    • Listening and supervision ability;
    • Ability to work in a team;
    • Excellent ability of analysis and synthesis;
    • Sound knowledge of the regional financial system and principles of the ECOWAS Integration Programme;
    • Effective interpersonal and communication skills;
    • Demonstrated ability to work in a complex multicultural, multi-ethnic environment and to maintain effective work relations with people of different national and cultural backgrounds;
    • Sensitivity to and respect for diversity;
    • Demonstrated understanding of the normal practices, cultures, socio-economic circumstances and national issues within the region, including ECOWAS integration policy;
    • Excellent computer skills.
    • Sensitivity to and respect for diversity;
    • A good knowledge and practical use of computer systems.

    Age:

    • Applicants must not be over 50 years of age at the point of recruitment.

    Language:

    • Applicants must be fluent in one of the official languages of ECOWAS: English, French and Portuguese.
    • A working knowledge of another would be an advantage.

    Annual Salary
    USD 36,901 - USD 51,637

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    Information Technologies Officer (Court of Justice)

     

    Reference: ECW-CCJ/ITO- P/006/2015
    Location: Abuja, Nigeria
    Department: Specialised Institution
    Directorate: Administration and Finances
    Supervisor: Head of Administration and Human Resources Division
    Grade: P3

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Directly responsible to the Head of Administration and Human Resources Division
    • Analysis and development of computer applications;
    • Development and maintenance of the website of the Court;
    • Maintenance of existing applications: troubleshooting and technical support;
    • Development of interfaces between existing and future applications of the Court of Justice in order to obtain a stable and efficient information system;
    • Participation in all project linked to information system of the Court and ownership of roles that will be his/hers in order to take charge of obligations and time limits;
    • Establishment of a management solution and coordination of information flow in accordance with the internal information system of the Court;
    • Participation in the distribution and integration of solutions in production environments of the local area network of the Court (LAN);
    • First-class support in the integration of any software solution and training of users in the context of ongoing and future projects;
    • Implementation of operating manuals for the various systems deployed.

    Qualifications/Experience/Skills

    • Must have a Bachelor's degree or its equivalent in Information Technology;
    • Must have at least five (5) years post qualification professional experience in a technical and functional management project in which large projects have been carried out to completion;
    • Must have a minimum of three (3) years experience in software and/or web platforms development;
    • Must have a mastery of the concept and technology of software engineering workshops and have great experience in the design, distribution and use of related databases;
    • Must have a mastery of Mysql, Postgresql and SQL databases in general;
    • Must have the ability to use tools or language programming such as HTML, ASP, PHP, C, C++, CSS and JAVASCRIPT;
    • Must have a good knowledge of the Internet and associated technologies;
    • Must have a good aptitude for analysis and synthesis, organizational skills and good ability to work as a team in a multicultural environment.

    Age:

    • Applicants must not be over 50 years of age at the point of recruitment.

    Language:

    • Applicants must be fluent in one of the official languages of ECOWAS: English, French and Portuguese.
    • A working knowledge of another would be an advantage.

    Annual Salary
    USD 36,901 - USD 44,469

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    Administrative Officer (Court of Justice)

     

    Reference: ECW-CCJ/AO-P/005/2015
    Location: Abuja, Nigeria
    Department: Specialised Institution
    Directorate: Administration and Finances
    Supervisor: Head of Administration and Human Resources Division
    Grade: P3/P4

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Directly responsible to the Head of Administration and Human Resources Division.
    • Coordinates specific tasks assigned to various sections;
    • Responsible for managing and monitoring of movable and immovable assets of the Court and files relating to job security;
    • Responsible for processing issues relating to insurance policies;
    • Participate in the preparation of basic documents for budgetary sessions and internal and inter-institutional technical committee meetings;
    • Performs all other duties related to the functions of the position.

    Qualifications/Experience/Skills

    • Must have Bachelor's degree or its equivalent in Administration or management;
    • Must have at least five (5) years post qualification professional experience in the field of administration or management;
    • Must have a good knowledge of computers, especially research on the internet, electronic communication, word processing through standard software;
    • Must have a good aptitude for analysis and synthesis, organizational skills and good ability to work as a team in a multicultural environment;
    • Ability to set priorities, and work within a schedule;
    • Ability to work under pressure, juggle tasks and meet deadlines;

    Age:

    • Applicants must not be over 50 years of age at the point of recruitment.

    Language:

    • Applicants must be fluent in one of the official languages of ECOWAS: English, French and Portuguese.
    • A working knowledge of another would be an advantage.

    Annual Salary
    USD 36,901 - USD 51,637

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    French Interpreter (Court of Justice)

     

    Reference: ECW-CCJ/INT-F/P/003/2015
    Location: Abuja, Nigeria
    Department: Specialized Institution
    Directorate: Administration and Finances
    Supervisor: Languages Services Coordinator
    Grade: P5

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Services all meetings as assigned by supervisor and Management;
    • Provide interpretation for the Judges and staff members as required;
    • Provide interpretation from English into French during court sessions, meetings and deliberations;
    • Provides interpretation in relevant language combination, (simultaneous, consecutive, whispering, liaison) of speeches or statements;
    • Routinely assigned to sensitive meetings;
    • May be required to function as language team leader when assigned to a given meeting;
    • Assists, as appropriate, in the screening, training and examining of prospective interpreters;
    • Participates in establishment of terminology database, glossaries, etc.
    • May perform other related duties as required.

    Competencies:

    • Technical Expertise and Professionalism
    • Ability to demonstrate a high level of concentration;
    • Split-second accuracy;
    • Ability to work under continuous stress and deliver clear interpretation on an exceedingly broad range of subjects;
    • Understands how to prepare meetings and work with meeting documents
    • Understands how to ‘weigh’ interpretation teams;
    • Shows pride in work and achievements; demonstrates professional competence and mastery of subject matter;
    • Is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines, confidentiality and achieving results;
    • Is motivated by professional rather than personal concerns;
    • Shows persistence when faced with difficult problems or challenges;
    • Remains calm in stressful situations and ability to travel at short notice.

    Teamwork:

    • Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals;
    • Demonstrates booth manners and upholds team coherence;
    • Solicits input by genuinely valuing others' ideas and expertise;
    • Is willing to learn from others;
    • Places team agenda before personal agenda.
    • Supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position;
    • Shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.
    • Keeps abreast of new developments in own occupation/profession;
    • Actively seeks to develop oneself professionally and personally;
    • Contributes to the learning of colleagues and subordinates;
    • Shows willingness to learn from others.
    • Seeks feedback to learn and improve.

    Education

    • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Conference Interpretation or A university degree plus a diploma or certificate in conference interpreting from a recognised school;

    Work Experience

    • At least four (4) years of professional interpreting experience;
    • Experience with international organizations would be an advantage.
    • Knowledge of law would be an advantage;
    • Ability to interpret from French into Portuguese would be an advantage.

    Age:

    • Candidates must not be over fifty (50) years of age at the point of recruitment and must be citizens of ECOWAS.

    Language:

    • Fluency in oral and written expression in any one of the ECOWAS working languages : English, French and Portuguese.
    • Knowledge of a second official language would be an advantage.

    Annual Salary
    USD 52,273 - USD 59,100

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    English Interpreter (Court of Justice)

     

    Reference: ECW-CCJ/INT-F P/004/2015
    Location: Abuja, Nigeria
    Department: Specialised Institution
    Directorate: Administration and Finances
    Supervisor: Languages Services Coordinator
    Duration: Permanent
    Grade: P5

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Services all meetings as assigned by supervisor and Management;
    • Provide interpretation for the Judges and staff members as required;
    • Provide interpretation from French into English during court sessions, meetings and deliberations;
    • Provides interpretation in relevant language combination, (simultaneous, consecutive, whispering, liaison) of speeches or statements;
    • Routinely assigned to sensitive meetings;
    • May be required to function as language team leader when assigned to a given meeting;
    • Assists, as appropriate, in the screening, training and examining of prospective interpreters;
    • Participates in establishment of terminology database, glossaries, etc.
    • May perform other related duties as required.

    Competencies:

    • Technical Expertise and Professionalism
    • Ability to demonstrate a high level of concentration;
    • Split-second accuracy;
    • Ability to work under continuous stress and deliver clear interpretation on an exceedingly broad range of subjects;
    • Understands how to prepare meetings and work with meeting documents;
    • Understands how to ‘weigh’ interpretation teams;
    • Shows pride in work and achievements; demonstrates professional competence and mastery of subject matter;
    • Is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines, confidentiality and achieving results;
    • Is motivated by professional rather than personal concerns;
    • Shows persistence when faced with difficult problems or challenges;
    • Remains calm in stressful situations and ability to travel at short notice.

    Teamwork:

    • Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals;
    • Demonstrates booth manners and upholds team coherence;
    • Solicits input by genuinely valuing others' ideas and expertise;
    • Is willing to learn from others;
    • Places team agenda before personal agenda.
    • Supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position;
    • Shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.
    • Keeps abreast of new developments in own occupation/profession;
    • Actively seeks to develop oneself professionally and personally;
    • Contributes to the learning of colleagues and subordinates;
    • Shows willingness to learn from others.
    • Seeks feedback to learn and improve.

    Education

    • Minimum of a Bachelor's degree or equivalent in Conference Interpretation or A university degree plus a diploma or certificate in conference interpreting from a recognised school;

    Work Experience

    • At least four (4) years of professional interpreting experience;
    • Experience with international organizations would be an advantage.
    • Knowledge of law would be an advantage;
    • Ability to interpret from French into Portuguese would be an advantage.

    Age:

    • Candidates must not be over fifty (50) years of age at the point of recruitment and must be citizens of ECOWAS

    Language:

    • Fluency in oral and written expression in any one of the ECOWAS working languages: English, French and Portuguese.
    • Knowledge of a second official language would be an advantage.

    Salary
    USD 52,273 - USD 59,100

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    Principal Controllers

     

    Reference: ECW-COMM/REC/OFC-P/001/2015
    Location: Abuja, Nigeria
    Department: Office of the Financial Controller
    Directorate: Office of the Financial Controller
    Supervisor: Director Financial Control
    Duration: Permanent
    Grade: P5
    Slot: 2

    Job Description

    • Appointed as staff member of the Financial Controller’s Office, the Principal Controller will discharge his/her functions under the supervision of the Financial Controller.
    • He/she will constantly ensure that financial and administrative operations with financial implications for the institutions are performed in line with the decisions, regulations and other texts governing the institution and with due regard for efficiency and effectiveness.
    • The main role of the Principal Controller shall be to provide assurance to the Financial Controller that the financial resources of the institutions or agencies are used for the purposes for which they have been allocated and managed efficiently.
    • In the execution of his functions, He/she shall be guided by the ECOWAS Financial Controller’s Manual. He/she will discharge his/her duties independently and objectively.

    Duties and Responsibilities
    The responsibilities of the Principal Controller are as follows:

    • Compliance with decisions, regulations and other texts of the Community: The Principal Controller ensures strict compliance with the Financial Regulations, the Manual of Accounting and Financial Procedures, the Staff Regulations and other ECOWAS texts.
    • He/she also ensures proper application of the quarterly exchange rates published by the ECOWAS Bank for Investment and Development (EBID).
    • He/she participates in the revision of the ECOWAS Financial Regulations and Manual of Accounting Procedures, and the establishment of internal management procedures within the Community Institutions, Specialized Agencies and other offices of the Community.
    • Advisory functions: The Principal Controller advises the Financial Controller on all major aspects of budgetary and financial control of the institution or agency. He/she makes proposals for the improvement of administrative, financial and accounting procedures and systems, financial management and budget processes of the Institutions/Agencies. Makes observations and recommendations on any financial and budgetary transactions he/she deems necessary.
    • Reporting functions: Ensures the submission of each Controller’s monthly reports on the budgetary and financial transactions of the institution or agency to the Financial Controller in line with the ECOWAS Financial Controller’s Manual. Reviews Controllers’ quarterly reports on the execution of the budget indicating major findings and recommendations.
    • Ensures effective supervision of Controllers reporting to him/her;
    • Assists the Financial controller in the preparation of Council and other reports.
    • Reviews and resolves complex financial, administrative and control issues brought to him/her.
    • Makes proposals for improving control issues in ECOWAS Institutions.
    • Vets all endorsements made by the various Controllers; and ensures that they are in line with the Financial Regulations;
    • Assists the Financial Controllers in the evaluation of the performance of Controllers and advises on their postings to the various Institutions.

    Other duties:

    • Carries out any assignment at the request of his/her immediate boss and any other assignment as stipulated in the ECOWAS Financial Controller’s Manual.

    Qualifications/Experience/Skills
    Qualification and Experience:

    • Bachelor's Degree in one of the following disciplines: Accounting, Business Management, Auditing, Finance, Economics or a professional qualification in Accounting;
    • A minimum of ten (10) years working experience out of which two years must be in a supervisory position, in Accounting or Auditing or Financial Management, preferably in both public and private sectors and in a multicultural environment.
    • A higher qualification will reduce the required number of years working experience by two years (2).
    • Experience working with or within an international or multilateral institution will be an advantage.
    • Fluency, both oral and written, in any one of English, French or Portuguese and a good knowledge of either one of the other languages.
    • Good knowledge and practical use of Microsoft Suite.

    Competencies:

    • Good knowledge and practical use of Micro soft Suite
    • Must be strict, methodical and organized
    • Must have a critical mind and be diplomatic
    • Must be enterprising, discrete, objective and impartial
    • Must be able to convince people and create an atmosphere of trust
    • Must be able to make relevant observations and recommendations
    • Must be able to accept criticisms and different views by his colleagues
    • Must be able to deal with people in a manner that shows sensitivity, tact and professionalism
    • Must have excellent human relations skills and be a strong negotiator
    • Must be able to fit and integrate into a multicultural setting
    • Good presentation skills.

    Age:

    • Candidates should not be 50 years old or over at the point of recruitment and must be a citizen of one of the ECOWAS member states.

    Language:

    • Must be fluent in one of the official languages of the Commission; English, French and Portuguese. working knowledge of another would be an advantage.

    Salary
    USD 52,273 - USD 59,100

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    Principal Programme Officer, Conventional Energies

     

    Reference: ECW-COMM/REC/MinEng-P/002
    Location: Abuja, Nigeria
    Department: Energy and Mines
    Directorate: Energy
    Supervisor: Director of Energy
    Grade: P5

    Job Description

    • The Principal program Officer, Conventional Energies Division shall be based at the ECOWAS Commission in Abuja.
    • He/She shall work in the Directorate of Energy under the direct supervision of the Director, Energy.
    • He/She shall be responsible for the implementation of all the activities of Conventional Energies Division, under the coordination of the Director.

    Duties and Responsibilities
    The Principal program Officer Conventional Energies will be responsible for the formulation and implementation of day-to-day activities of the ECOWAS Conventional Energy Program, which covers the following broad areas:

    • Assisting Member States to define national Energy resources development scheme and to enhance regional production capacities
    • Formulate and implement Regional projects and programmes in the Power Sector, the Oil and Gas Sector.
    • Centralize and oversee the implementation of the West African Power Pool projects.
    • Coordinate and monitor the development of the Regional Oil and Gas sector, particularly the West African Gas Pipeline operation.
    • Coordinate the implementation of the regional programmes, projects and activities for the regional the electricity sector regulation.
    • Ensure coordination with regional financing mechanisms and partners, and Oversee donor coordination mechanisms in the conventional energies sector.
    • Develop partnerships and support fund mobilization for program development and implementation.
    • Develop the actions and provide oversight functions for the conduct of studies relating to pertinent issues in the ECOWAS Energy program (facilitating gas market development, oil revenues solidarity mechanisms,…).
    • Ensure close coordination with the Energy Access and Renewable Energy Division.
    • Providing strategic leadership to guide the work of Sectional Units.
    • Assist the Director of Energy in the Coordination of the activities with other ECOWAS institutions and specialized agencies:
      • The Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
      • The Regional Energy Regulator.
      • The West Africa Gas Pipeline.
      • The West Africa Power Pool.
    • Perform any other related tasks that may be assigned by the Director, Energy Department.

    Qualifications/Experience/Skills
    Qualifications:

    • A Bachelor's degree in power Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering from a reputable institution.
    • A postgraduate degree in economics, management or finance will be an advantage

    Experience:

    • 10 years post qualification professional experience (including 2 years supervisory experience in a permanent or acting capacity), in the energy sector working either directly in Ministries, energy institutions, or in an international agency;
    • A higher degree will reduce the required number of years of experience to eight (8) years;
    • A career track record showing contribution and interaction with senior policy makers in the energy field.
    • Exposure to energy sector challenges across multiple countries.
    • A career track record showing a deep technical understanding of issues related to energy policy, energy perspectives and current energy issues (sustainable energy for all initiatives, ECOWAS/UEMOA White paper, ect..).
    • A deep technical knowledge of the oil and gas sector and/or the Power sector such as power systems planning, power utility operations and management, power sector reform, power sector regulation, knowledge of transmission and distribution networks.
    • Experience in regional or international organizations is an advantage.
    • A national of an ECOWAS Member State.

    Competencies:

    • A Sound knowledge and experience in the planning, preparation and coordination of Energy Programs and projects at national and regional levels.
    • Deep technical expertise either in Energy Policy, Strategy and Institutions.
    • Experience in preparation and Management of donor-funded projects and working with development partners will be an advantage.
    • Ability to work in a team and establish good team spirit in a multi-national environment.
    • Leadership skills and ability to work in a multicultural team.
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with senior government officials, donors, international agencies and professional associations in the energy sector.
    • Ability to use personal computers and contemporary software.
    • A knowledge of Energy system planning software is an advantage

    Age:

    • Candidates should not be over 50 years old at the point of recruitment and must be a citizen of one of the ECOWAS member states;

    Language:

    • Candidates must be fluent in one of the official languages of the Community: English, French and Portuguese.
    • A working knowledge of another would be an advantage.

    Annual Salary
    USD 52,273 - USD 59,100

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    Individual Consultant (Capacity Building)

     

    Background

    • The International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code is an amendment to the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Convention (1974/1988) on minimum security arrangements for ships, ports and government agencies. Having come into force in 2004, it prescribes responsibilities to governments, shipping companies, shipboard personnel, and port/facility personnel to "detect security threats and take preventive measures against security incidents affecting ships or port facilities used in international trade."
    • ECOWAS Member states are interested in improving maritime security on ship and port facilities at a level which will be acceptable by the currently applied international standards. For this purpose, ECOWAS seeks to engage the Services of an Individual Consultant for the need assessment study for capacity building of Member States regarding the implementation of the ISPS Code.
    • The overall objective of this study is to evaluate the level of the adoption of the ISPS Code and to further elaborate the necessary plans for its implementation within the region of ECOWAS Member States and particularly the coastal member States of Nigeria, Benin, Togo, Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire, Liberia, Cape Verde, Sierra Leone, The Gambia, Guinea Conakry and Guinea Bissau.

    Duties and Responsibilities of the Consultant
    Within the above context, the results to be achieved by the consultant are as follows:

    • Review of the current level of application of ISPS code within the ECOWAS region;
    • Identification of associated gaps and shortfalls regarding their current position of implementation of the ISPS Code;
    • Elaboration of a capacity building strategy for the concerned Member States and of a plan of progressive implementation;
    • Development of a concise capacity building plan, in terms of investment required (specify required equipment to comply with international standards) and operational interventions (procedures, staffing plan) at all levels (public sector, private sector, ports, shipping vessels);
    • Training needs plan for the countries concerned; and
    • Estimate needed funds for implementation.

    Requirements
    The ECOWAS Commission now invites eligible Consultants (Individual) to indicate their interest in providing these services. The interested Consultant must provide all information supporting their qualification to perform the service The qualifications of the Consultant should include, among others:

    • Minimum of Master’s degree in Maritime and Port security or equivalent.
    • Minimum 15 years of general professional experience.
    • Minimum 10 years of professional experience in the area of maritime security (ship and port facilities).
    • Must be familiar with the ISPS Code.
    • Have proven experience in at least two implementation projects regarding the ISPS Code in both areas of ship and port facilities.
    • Fluent in English or French (working knowledge of both languages is an advantage).
    • Experience in the region would be highly desired. (Kindly attach detailed Curriculum Vitae that highlights the above).

    Please note that if individual consultants are proposed by firms, only the experience and qualifications of the individuals shall be used in the selection process; their corporate experience shall not be taken into account, and the contract, if awarded, will be signed with the proposed individual.

    The selection will be done on the basis of a comparison of curricula vitae and the selected Consultant will be invited to produce Technical and Financial Proposals which will serve as the basis for negotiation for the conclusion of the Contract Agreement. (Method Based on the Qualification of Consultant). Please note that the selected consultant will be expected to submit all required reports in English and French.

    Expression of Interest must be delivered in sealed envelope and clearly marked "RECRUITMENT of an Individual Consultant for the Need Assessment Study for Capacity Building of Member States Regarding the Implementation of the international Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code", Do not open except in the presence of the Tender Committee" to the address below:

    The ECOWAS Tender Box
    The Office of the Commissioner,
    General Administration & Conference,
    5th Floor ECOWAS Commission,
    101 Yakubu Gowon Crescent,
    Asokoro District,
    P. M. B. 401,
    Abuja-Nigeria.


    Note:
    Interested Consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours: Monday to Friday from 9.00 am GMT+1 to 5.00 pm (GMT+1):

    ECOWAS Commission,
    Directorate of General Administration,
    Procurement Division,
    101, Yakubu Gowon Crescent,
    Asokoro District,
    P M. B. 401,
    Abuja- Nigeria

    E-mail: procurement@ecowas.int or sbangoura@ecowas.int

     

    Method of Application

    Interested and suitably qualified candidates should visit ECOWAS Career Page

    Note:Select Preferred Department and Click OK to view Job Positions

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