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Engility Corporation, building on IRG’s legacy in international development, is currently seeking a Chief of Party (COP) for an anticipated USAID-funded energy project in Nigeria. The objective of the Nigeria Power Sector Program (NPSP) will be to increase electricity availability and access. This will be done by facilitating transactions and strengthening the enabling environment for private sector investment in the power sector. NPSP will address the key constraints to such investment:
The NPSP will be part of the President’s Power Africa Initiative and as such will be implemented in close coordination with both the USAID Power Africa Trade Africa Coordinator’s Office in Pretoria South Africa and USAID/Nigeria. The COP will be responsible for all aspects of project implementation which will include the provision of transaction advisory, technical assistance and capacity development services.
NPSP activities will be organized across four work streams:
NPSP will build on the Power Africa Initiative’s work in Nigeria and coordinate with other Power Africa implementers working in Nigeria, other USG agencies, and donors. It will work closely with key Government Ministries and Agencies including the Vice President’s Office, the Ministries of Power and Finance, the Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE), the National Bulk Electricity Trader (NBET), and the National Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC); Government owned energy companies including the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and the Nigerian National Gas Company (NNGC), the Transmission Company of Nigeria, and Government owned power generation companies (Gencos); privately owned gas producers (international oil companies and domestic producers) and privatized or concessioned Gencos and Discos.
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This is a contingent position based on funding from the customer.
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