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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.

    Senior environment officer - ONEC.3

     

    Objectives 

    The mission of the Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Change (ONEC) is to spearhead the Bank’s lending and non-lending operations in the areas of energy, environment and climate change. It will support mainstreaming of environment and climate change into Bank’s operations as well as lead on advocacy, advice and evaluation of lessons learned for incorporation into policy and programmes development.

    Through its Environment and Climate Change Division (ONEC.3), the Department will identify, design and implement environment and climate change adaptation and mitigation programmes and projects.  These will either be stand alone or as components of other Bank Group support operations. ONEC.3 also serves as the primary climate finance platform for the Bank Group.

    ONEC.3 is also responsible for implementing the Bank’s environmental/social policies procedures, and guidelines, including review/monitoring of Environmental and Social Impact Assessments (ESIA), Environmental and Social Management Plans (ESMP), Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF), Strategic Environmental and Social Assessment (SESA), and Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) documents, requesting validation of project’s environmental and social categorization and submission of ESIA, ESMP, ESMF and RAP documentation for clearance by the Bank’s Environmental and Social Safeguards unit (ORQR.3); and ensuring compliance with Bank policy on disclosure

    Duties and responsibilities 

    The Senior Environment Officer will work under the general supervision and guidance of the Manager, Environment and Climate Change (ONEC.3). His/her core duties/responsibilities will include the following:

    Mainstreaming of environmental and social development concerns:

    • Address environmental and social development issues in various Bank operations during the identification, preparation, appraisal, supervision and project completion stages;
    • Prepare Request for Categorization Memorandum (RCM)  for project categorization; ESIA/RAP, ESMP and ESMF Summaries before submitting to the Environment and Social Safeguards and Compliance Division (ORQR.3) and posting on Bank’s website;
    • Prepare Climate Screening Memorandum, and propose adaptation measures and mitigation measures as appropriate;
    • Prepare and/or contribute to technical reports and other environmental and social documentation required in processing Bank operations;
    • Provide E&S support to the Bank’s private sector operations (e.g. industries, services, infrastructure, financial institutions) and to the Bank’s public sector operations in the energy, transport, and information and communication technology, sectors as required;
    • Mainstream relevant and cross-cutting environmental and social issues into Bank operations, particularly issues related to natural resource management and climate change;
    • Design and/or improve the design of features/ components within Bank operations in order to ensure the effective implementation of environmental and social measures throughout the duration of the operations; and,
    • Develop recommendations to enhance environmental and social benefits and corrective measures to mitigate environmental and social risks in Bank operations.

    Compliance with environmental and social requirements:

    • Provide policy and operational guidance to Task Managers and Investment Officers on environmental and social development issues as a means of strengthening the environmental and social performance of Bank operations;
    • Ensure compliance of operations with the Bank’s environmental and social safeguards, policies, and guidelines consistent with the Bank’s Integrated Safeguards System (ISS); and,
    • Provide technical guidance to clients on the preparation of necessary documentation, including but not limited to Environmental and Social Impact Assessments, Strategic Environmental and Social Assessments, Resettlement Action Plans, Environmental and Social Management Plans, Environmental and Social Management Frameworks and Environmental and Social Management Systems.
    • Help manage and update the ONEC.3 Environmental and Social Project Tracking System

    Knowledge Development:

    • Contribute to the development of Bank policies and strategies by highlighting timely environmental and social development issues in close collaboration with other Bank experts; and,
    • Review and contribute to the mainstreaming of appropriate environmental and social development issues into projects and/or initiatives developed by Bank experts in departments within and outside of OIVP.
    • Undertake any other task as the Director ONEC and/or the Manager ONEC.3 may assign.

    Selection Criteria

    • At least a Master’s degree in disciplines related to environment, social development, economics, development studies; 
    • A minimum of five (5) years relevant professional experience related to the implementation of operations, project management, policy formation, capacity building;
    • Proven writing and analytical skills in designing relevant operations; ability to initiate innovative approaches and originality at work; sound analytic, conceptual and strategic thinking;
    • Updated knowledge of the critical environment and social issues;
    • Proven ability for team-working and multi-tasking; great facilitation, communication and computational skills; resourcefulness, attention to details and client orientation;
    • Flexibility to undertake field missions to Regional Member Countries; and,
    • Ability to communicate and write effectively in French and/or English, with preference for capabilities in both languages.

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    Senior social development officer - ONEC.3

     

    Objectives 

    The mission of the Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Change (ONEC) is to spearhead the Bank’s lending and non-lending operations in the areas of energy, environment and climate change. It will support mainstreaming of environment and climate change into Bank’s operations as well as lead on advocacy, advice and evaluation of lessons learned for incorporation into policy and programmes development.

    Through its Environment and Climate Change Division (ONEC.3), the Department will identify, design and implement environment and climate change adaptation and mitigation programmes and projects.  These will either be stand alone or as components of other Bank Group support operations. ONEC.3 also serves as the primary climate finance platform for the Bank Group.

    ONEC.3 is also responsible for implementing the Bank’s environmental/social policies procedures, and guidelines, including review/monitoring of Environmental and Social Impact Assessments (ESIA), Environmental and Social Management Plans (ESMP), Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF), Strategic Environmental and Social Assessment (SESA), and Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) documents, requesting validation of project’s environmental and social categorization and submission of ESIA, ESMP, ESMF and RAP documentation for clearance by the Bank’s Environmental and Social Safeguards unit (ORQR.3); and ensuring compliance with Bank policy on disclosure

    Duties and responsibilities 

    The Senior Social Development Officer will work under the general supervision and guidance of the Manager, Environment and Climate Change (ONEC.3). His/her core duties/responsibilities will include the following:

    Mainstreaming of social development concerns:

    • Advise country teams engaged in the identification, preparation and appraisal of operations with potential social repercussions to ensure adherence to Bank policies on involuntary resettlement and social safeguards
    • Represent the Bank at social safeguards and impact assessment and related cross cutting issues such as gender, safety and climate change conferences.
    • Address social development issues in various Bank operations during the identification, preparation, appraisal, and supervision stages.
    • Conduct studies, review reports and analysis in line with Bank Group lending programs to RMCs.
    • Lead Bank teams on joint missions with other development partners on issues of social impacts and safeguards compliance.
    • Prepare Request for Categorization Memorandum (RCM) for project categorization; ESIA/RAP, ESMP and ESMF Summaries before submitting to ORQR.3 and posting on Bank’s website.
    • Provide primary support to the Bank’s private sector operations (e.g. industries, services, infrastructure, financial institutions); provide occasional support to public sector operations in the energy, water and sanitation, transport, and Information and Communication Technology, sectors as required.
    • Mainstream relevant and cross-cutting environmental and social issues into Bank operations, particularly issues related to gender, the social implications of climate change, and involuntary resettlement.
    • Develop recommendations to enhance social benefits and corrective measures to mitigate social risks in Bank operations
    • Design and/or ameliorate project components contributing to reducing poverty, addressing vulnerability/ marginalization, and encouraging greater inclusion/ participation.
    • Develop recommendations and/ or review analyses carried in mainstreaming gender in Bank operations.

    Compliance with environmental and social requirements:

    • Provide policy and operational guidance to Task Managers on social development issues as a means of strengthening the environmental and social performance of Bank operations.
    • Review TORs for feasibility studies (ESIA, SESA and RAP) to ensure adequate coverage of all pertinent issues required by the Bank’s environmental and social assessment procedures (ESAP).
    • Ensure compliance of operations with the Bank’s environmental and social safeguards, policies, and guidelines consistent with the Bank’s Integrated Safeguards System (ISS).
    • Provide technical guidance to clients on the preparation of necessary documentation, including but not limited to Environmental and Social Impact Assessments, Resettlement Action Plans, Environmental and Social Management Plans, and Social and Environmental Management Systems.
    • Help manage the ONEC.3 Environmental and Social Project Tracking System.

    Knowledge Development:

    • Contribute to the development of Bank policies and strategies by highlighting timely social development issues in close collaboration with other Bank experts.
    • Review and contribute to the mainstreaming of appropriate social development issues into projects and/or initiatives developed by Bank experts in departments outside of OIVP.
    • Undertake any other task as the Director ONEC and/or Manager ONEC.3 may assign.

    Selection Criteria

    • At least a Master’s Degree or its university equivalent in Sociology, Anthropology, Development Studies, Economics, relevant Social Sciences, or in an equivalent social-related discipline.
    • A minimum of five (5) years of relevant professional experience in the areas of social assessment, management of resettlement and compensation, situation analyses of poverty and vulnerability including gender.
    • Excellent technical and analytical skills and established track record of excellence in operational and policy work on environmental and social matters.
    • Knowledge and experience in preparing and managing the implementation of  Environmental and Social Impact Assessments (ESIAs), Environmental and Social Management Plans (ESMPs), Strategic Environmental and Social Assessments (SESA), Environmental and Social management Framework (ESMF) and Environmental and Social Management Systems (ESMSs), including  social aspects of development projects (e.g. health and safety, involuntary resettlement and gender components), operations monitoring and evaluation, and compliance assessment.
    • Demonstrable knowledge and practice of the operational safeguards policies, procedures and practices of major bilateral and multilateral partner development agencies in regional member countries, particularly with respect to infrastructure projects.
    • Practitioner experience in Africa, with broad skills in multi-criteria assessment, stakeholder engagement and consultation, community participation, with analytical skills in assessing institutional capacities and designing/reviewing practical implementation arrangements for complex projects.
    • Substantive knowledge, experience in and commitment to social development work and understanding of critical issues in sustainable development, international development policy, emerging social development and results-based management agendas.
    • Experience working on operations in the private sector and the public sector.
    • Expertise in applying social analyses, social assessments, and other instruments to Bank operations.
    • Ability to mainstream gender, climate change, and participation issues into Bank operations.
    • Knowledge of social development issues facing regional member countries (RMCs).
    • Results-oriented, team player, articulate analyst with attention to details, persuasive communicator and good writer.
    • Ability to communicate and write effectively in French and/or English, with preference for capabilities in both languages.
    • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a multicultural environment and build effective working relations with clients and colleagues.

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    Principal environment officer - ONEC.3

     

    Objectives 

    The mission of the Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Change (ONEC) is to spearhead the Bank’s lending and non-lending operations in the areas of energy, environment and climate change. It will support mainstreaming of environment and climate change into Bank’s operations as well as lead on advocacy, advice and evaluation of lessons learned for incorporation into policy and programmes development.

    Through its Environment and Climate Change Division (ONEC.3), the Department will identify, design and implement environment and climate change adaptation and mitigation programmes and projects.  These will either be stand alone or as components of other Bank Group support operations. ONEC.3 also serves as the primary climate finance platform for the Bank Group. 

    ONEC.3 is also responsible for implementing the Bank’s environmental/social policies procedures, and guidelines, including review/monitoring of Environmental and Social Impact Assessments (ESIA), Environmental and Social Management Plans (ESMP), Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF), Strategic Environmental and Social Assessment (SESA), and Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) documents, requesting validation of project’s environmental and social categorization and submission of ESIA, ESMP, ESMF and RAP documentation for clearance by the Bank’s Environmental and Social Safeguards unit (ORQR.3); and ensuring compliance with Bank policy on disclosure

    Duties and responsibilities

    The Principal Environment Officer will work under the general supervision and guidance of the Manager, Environment and Climate Change (ONEC.3). His/her core duties/responsibilities will include the following: 

    Mainstreaming of environmental and social development concerns:

    • Address environmental and social development issues in various Bank operations during the identification, preparation, appraisal, supervision and project completion stages;
    • Prepare Request for Categorization Memorandum (RCM)  for project categorization; ESIA/RAP, ESMP and ESMF Summaries before submitting to the Environment and Social Safeguards and Compliance Division (ORQR.3) and posting on Bank’s website;
    • Prepare Climate Screening Memorandum, and propose adaptation measures and mitigation measures as appropriate;
    • Prepare and/or contribute to technical reports and other environmental and social documentation required in processing Bank operations;
    • Provide E&S support to the Bank’s private sector operations (e.g. industries, services, infrastructure, financial institutions) and to the Bank’s public sector operations in the energy, transport, and information and communication technology, sectors as required;
    • Mainstream relevant and cross-cutting environmental and social issues into Bank operations, particularly issues related to natural resource management and climate change;
    • Design and/or improve the design of features/ components within Bank operations in order to ensure the effective implementation of environmental and social measures throughout the duration of the operations; and,
    • Develop recommendations to enhance environmental and social benefits and corrective measures to mitigate environmental and social risks in Bank operations.

    Compliance with environmental and social requirements:

    • Provide policy and operational guidance to Task Managers and Investment Officers on environmental and social development issues as a means of strengthening the environmental and social performance of Bank operations;
    • Ensure compliance of operations with the Bank’s environmental and social safeguards, policies, and guidelines consistent with the Bank’s Integrated Safeguards System (ISS); and,
    • Provide technical guidance to clients on the preparation of necessary documentation, including but not limited to Environmental and Social Impact Assessments, Strategic Environmental and Social Assessments, Resettlement Action Plans, Environmental and Social Management Plans, Environmental and Social Management Frameworks and Environmental and Social Management Systems. 

    Knowledge Development:

    • Contribute to the development of Bank policies and strategies by highlighting timely environmental and social development issues in close collaboration with other Bank experts; and,
    • Review and contribute to the mainstreaming of appropriate environmental and social development issues into projects and/or initiatives developed by Bank experts in departments within and outside of OIVP.
    • Undertake any other task as the Director ONEC and/or the Manager ONEC.3 may assign.

    Selection Criteria

    • At least a Master’s Degree or its university equivalent in Environmental Studies,  Natural Resource Management, Environmental Policy, Economics, relevant Social Sciences, Engineering, or in an equivalent environment-related discipline;
    • A minimum of six  (6) years of relevant professional experience in the areas of environmental management, natural resource management, environmental policy, environmental assessment, environmental monitoring, environmental compliance, and climate change adaptation and mitigation, or field operations involving environmental matters;
    • Excellent technical and analytical skills and established track record of excellence in operational and policy work on environmental and social matters;
    • Knowledge and experience in preparing and managing the implementation of  Environmental and Social Impact Assessments (ESIAs), Environmental and Social Management Plans (ESMPs), Strategic Environmental and Social Assessments (SESA), Environmental and Social management Framework (ESMF) and Environmental and Social Management Systems (ESMSs), including  social aspects of development projects (e.g. health and safety, involuntary resettlement and gender components), operations monitoring and evaluation, and compliance assessment;
    • Demonstrable knowledge and practice of the operational safeguards policies, procedures and practices of major bilateral and multilateral partner development agencies in regional member countries, particularly with respect to infrastructure projects;
    • Practitioner experience in Africa, with broad skills in multi-criteria assessment, stakeholder engagement and consultation, community participation, with analytical skills in assessing institutional capacities and designing/reviewing practical implementation arrangements for complex projects;
    • Well-rounded understanding of critical issues in sustainable development, international environment and development policy, emerging climate change, green growth and sustainability concerns, and social development and results-based management agendas;
    • Results-oriented, team player, articulate analyst with attention to details, persuasive communicator and good writer.
    • Ability to communicate and write effectively in English and/or French, with preference for capabilities in both languages; and,
    • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a multicultural environment and build effective working relations with clients and colleagues.

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    Principal social development officer - ONEC.3

     

    Objectives

    The mission of the Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Change (ONEC) is to spearhead the Bank’s lending and non-lending operations in the areas of energy, environment and climate change. It will support mainstreaming of environment and climate change into Bank’s operations as well as lead on advocacy, advice and evaluation of lessons learned for incorporation into policy and programmes development.  

    Through its Environment and Climate Change Division (ONEC.3), the Department will identify, design and implement environment and climate change adaptation and mitigation programmes and projects.  These will either be stand alone or as components of other Bank Group support operations. ONEC.3 also serves as the primary climate finance platform for the Bank Group. 

    ONEC.3 is also responsible for implementing the Bank’s environmental/social policies procedures, and guidelines, including review/monitoring of Environmental and Social Impact Assessments (ESIA), Environmental and Social Management Plans (ESMP), Strategic Environmental and Social Assessments (SESA), Environmental and Social Management Frameworks (ESMF) and Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) documents,  and requesting validation of project’s environmental and social categorization and submission of ESIA, ESMP, ESMF and RAP summaries for clearance by the Bank’s Environmental and Social Safeguards unit (ORQR.3); and ensuring compliance with Bank policy on disclosure.

    Duties and responsibilities 

    The Principal Social Development Specialist (ONEC.3) will work under the general supervision and guidance of the Manager, Environment and Climate Change (ONEC.3). His/her core duties/responsibilities will include the following:

    Mainstreaming of social development concerns:

    • Advise country teams engaged in the identification, preparation and appraisal of operations with potential social repercussions to ensure adherence to Bank policies on involuntary resettlement and social safeguards.
    • Develop and organize training sessions for Bank staff and their counterparts in RMCs in the assessment and analysis of social impacts of infrastructure development projects and programs including the understanding of stakeholder identification and participation framework; formulation of participatory strategies; institutional and social organization issues; and social impact monitoring and evaluation of outcomes.
    • Represent the Bank at social safeguards and impact assessment and related cross cutting issues such as gender, safety and climate change conferences.
    • Address social development issues in various Bank operations during the identification, preparation, appraisal, and supervision stages.
    • Provide leadership to staff of the Division working on environment and social analysis with Project Teams to ensure quality and timely delivery of services in carrying out socio-economic impact analysis/evaluation of infrastructure projects, and provide support and guidance in processing project documents for Board. 
    • Conduct studies, review reports and analysis in line with Bank Group lending programs to RMCs.
    • Lead Bank teams on joint missions with other development partners on issues of social impacts and safeguards compliance.
    • Prepare Request for Categorization Memorandum (RCM)  for project categorization; ESIA/RAP , ESMP and ESMF Summaries before submitting to ORQR.3 and posting on Bank’s website.
    • Provide primary support to the Bank’s private sector operations (e.g. industries, services, infrastructure, financial institutions); provide occasional support to public sector operations in the energy, water and sanitation, transport, and Information and Communication Technology, sectors as required.
    • Mainstream relevant and cross-cutting environmental and social issues into Bank operations, particularly issues related to gender, the social implications of climate change, and involuntary resettlement.
    • Develop recommendations to enhance social benefits and corrective measures to mitigate social risks in Bank operations
    • Design and/or ameliorate project components contributing to reducing poverty, addressing vulnerability/ marginalization, and encouraging greater inclusion/ participation.
    • Develop recommendations and/ or review analyses carried in mainstreaming gender in Bank operations.

    Compliance with environmental and social requirements:

    • Provide policy and operational guidance to Task Managers on social development issues as a means of strengthening the environmental and social performance of Bank operations.
    • Review TORs for feasibility studies (ESIA, SESA and RAP) to ensure adequate coverage of all pertinent issues required by the Bank’s environmental and social assessment procedures (ESAP).
    • Ensure compliance of operations with the Bank’s environmental and social safeguards, policies, and guidelines consistent with the Bank’s Integrated Safeguards System (ISS).
    • Provide technical guidance to clients on the preparation of necessary documentation, including but not limited to Environmental and Social Impact Assessments, Resettlement Action Plans, Environmental and Social Management Plans, and Social and Environmental Management Systems. 

    In addition to these core duties/responsibilities, the incumbent will also carry out the following tasks:

    Knowledge Development:

    • Contribute to the development of Bank policies and strategies by highlighting timely social development issues in close collaboration with other Bank experts.
    • Review and contribute to the mainstreaming of appropriate social development issues into projects and/or initiatives developed by Bank experts in departments outside of OIVP.
    • Undertake any other task as the Director ONEC and/or Manager ONEC.3 may assign.

    Selection Criteria

    • At least a Master’s Degree or its university equivalent in Sociology, Anthropology, Development Studies, Economics, relevant Social Sciences, or in an equivalent social-related discipline.
    • A minimum of eight (8) years of relevant professional experience in the areas of social assessment, management of resettlement and compensation, situation analyses of poverty and vulnerability including gender.
    • Excellent technical and analytical skills and established track record of excellence in operational and policy work on environmental and social matters.
    • Knowledge and experience in preparing and managing the implementation of  Environmental and Social Impact Assessments (ESIAs), Environmental and Social Management Plans (ESMPs), Strategic Environmental and Social Assessments (SESA), Environmental and Social management Framework (ESMF) and Environmental and Social Management Systems (ESMSs), including  social aspects of development projects (e.g. health and safety, involuntary resettlement and gender components), operations monitoring and evaluation, and compliance assessment.
    • Demonstrable knowledge and practice of the operational safeguards policies, procedures and practices of major bilateral and multilateral partner development agencies in regional member countries, particularly with respect to infrastructure projects.
    • Practitioner experience in Africa, with broad skills in multi-criteria assessment, stakeholder engagement and consultation, community participation, with analytical skills in assessing institutional capacities and designing/reviewing practical implementation arrangements for complex projects.
    • Substantive knowledge, experience in and commitment to social development work and understanding of critical issues in sustainable development, international development policy, emerging social development and results-based management agendas.
    • Experience working on operations in the private sector and the public sector.
    • Expertise in applying social analyses, social assessments, and other instruments to Bank operations.
    • Ability to mainstream gender, climate change, and participation issues into Bank operations.
    • Knowledge of social development issues facing regional member countries (RMCs).
    • Results-oriented, team player, articulate analyst with attention to details, persuasive communicator and good writer.
    • Ability to communicate and write effectively in French and/or English, with preference for capabilities in both languages.
    • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a multicultural environment and build effective working relations with clients and colleagues.

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    Senior climate change officer - ONEC3

     

    Objectives 

    The mission of the Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Change (ONEC) is to spearhead the Bank’s lending and non-lending operations in the areas of energy, environment and climate change. It will support mainstreaming of environment and climate change into Bank’s operations as well as lead on advocacy, advice and evaluation of lessons learned for incorporation into policy and programmes development.  

    Through its Environment and Climate Change Division (ONEC.3), the Department will identify, design and implement environment and climate change adaptation and mitigation programmes and projects.  These will either be stand alone or as components of other Bank Group support operations. ONEC.3 also serves as the primary climate finance platform for the Bank Group. 

    ONEC.3 is also responsible for implementing the Bank’s environmental/social policies procedures, and guidelines, including review/monitoring of Environmental and Social Impact Assessments (ESIA), Environmental and Social Management Plans (ESMP), Strategic Environmental and Social Assessments (SESA), Environmental and Social Management Frameworks (ESMF) and Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) documents,  and requesting validation of project’s environmental and social categorization and submission of ESIA, ESMP, ESMF and RAP summaries for clearance by the Bank’s Environmental and Social Safeguards unit (ORQR.3); and ensuring compliance with Bank policy on disclosure.

    Duties and responsibilities 

    The Senior Climate Change Specialist (ONEC.3) will work under the general supervision and guidance of the Manager, Environment and Climate Change (ONEC.3). His/her core duties/responsibilities will include the following: 

    Policies, strategy, and frameworks:

    • Contribute to the development of Bank policies and strategies in close collaboration with other Bank experts.
    • Review and contribute to the mainstreaming climate change and green growth into projects and/or initiatives developed by Bank experts in departments within and outside of the Vice Presidency for Infrastructure, Private Sector and Regional Integration (OIVP).

    Project management:

    • Support Department’s staff in identifying, preparing and implementing programs, projects and project’s components to address climate change issues and climate change readiness.
    • Operationalize the Green Climate Fund (GCF) within the Bank by identifying sound activities and investments and developing the Bank’s portfolio of programmes and projects in sectors that enable climate change mitigation and/or adaptation.
    • Support Department’s staff in supervising programs, projects and project’s components to address climate change, including responding to monitoring and reporting project cycle requirements.

    Resource Mobilization:

    • Contribute to the coordination of existing Climate Funds within the Bank and develop the Bank-GCF partnership.
    • Support the mobilization of resources for the implementation of climate change interventions by developing partnerships with existing sources of finance, international conventions, and donors.
    • Help RMCs and Sponsors access Climate Finance tools, and help develop and implement Bank’s in-house financial tools.

    Knowledge Development:

    • Keep on top of climate change issues by being well informed of evolving steps with respect to the climate change international agenda; and,
    • Undertake any other task as the Director ONEC and/or the Manager ONEC.3 may assign.

    Selection Criteria

    • At least a Master’s degree in disciplines related to climate change, international finance, development economics. 
    •  A minimum of five (5) years relevant and practical professional experience related to climate change / climate finance, energy sector, project and portfolio management (business development, co-financing, project cycle), resources mobilization, strategy formulation.
    • Good knowledge of Multilateral Development Bank’s rules and procedures related to project management and good understanding of MDBs type of interventions.
    • Good knowledge of and experience on the African continent.
    • Proven writing and analytical skills in designing relevant operations; ability to initiate innovative approaches and originality at work; sound analytic, conceptual and strategic thinking.
    • Updated knowledge of the critical environment and climate change issues.
    • Proven ability for team-working and multi-tasking; great facilitation, communication and computational skills; resourcefulness, attention to details and client orientation.
    • Flexibility to undertake field missions to Regional Member Countries; and,
    •  Written and verbal communications skills in both English and French are desirable.

    Method of Application

    Interested and suitably qualified candidates should visit AfDB's Career Website

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