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EOI - Côte d'Ivoire - Junior Consultant - Business Communications - PISD

 | Published April 19, 2017
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EOI – Côte d’Ivoire - Consultant services for development of a business development and client relationship management framework – OPSD – 10 2015

 | Published October 2, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTANT SERVICES FOR DEVELOPMENT OF A BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND CLIENT RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK) AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK Private Sector Operations Department 1. The African Development Bank hereby invites Consulting Firms to indicate their interest in the following Assignment: Development of a Business Development and Client Relationship Management Framework 2. The African Development Bank (“AfDB” or the “Bank”) seeks Expressions of Interest (“EOI”) from suitable and qualified firms to provide consultancy and advisory services on delivering a Business Development and Client Relationship Management strategy and framework as well as an implementation plan to operationalise the recommendations. The services required under the consulting assignment include the detailed design for the business development framework; a detailed implementation plan; a process for the assessment of projects and market analysis (by country and sector); a process for the review of business opportunities; recommendations for the organisational, process and systems changes required; recommendations for governance and organisational structures; development of training materials and training, where required; and an implementation schedule and post implementation assessment and review. 3. The Private Sector Operations Department (“OPSD”) of the Bank invites Consulting Firms to indicate their interest in providing the above-described services. Interested eligible Consulting Firms or associations of Consulting Firms shall provide information on their qualifications and experience demonstrating their ability to provide the services (documentation, references for similar services, experience in comparable Assignments, availability of qualified staff, etc.). 4. The eligibility criteria, the establishment of a short list and the selection procedure shall be in conformity with the Bank’s Rules and Procedure for Acquisition of Consulting Services funded by the Administrative or Capital Expenditure Budget, February 2012. Please, note that interest expressed by a Consulting Firm does not imply any obligation on the part of the Bank to include it in the shortlist. 5. The estimated duration of services is 40 days and the estimated starting date is on or around November 16th, 2015. 6. Interested Consulting firms may obtain further information by email at the address below during the Bank’s working hours: 09:00 to 17:00 Abidjan time. 7. Expressions of interest must be received by email at the address below no later than October 11th 2015 at 18:00 Abidjan time and specifically mentioning Request for Expressions of Interest: Development of a Business Development and Client Relationship Management Framework. For the attention of: M. Janade Du Plessis CCIA Building 01 BP 1387, Avenue Jean-Paul II Abidjan 01- Côte d’Ivoire Tel: +225 20264228 E-mail: j.duplessis@afdb.org

EOI – Côte d’Ivoire - Consultancy Services for the Development of the NEPAD-IPPF 2016-2020 Strategic Business Plan - 05 2015

 | Published May 8, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CONSULTING SERVICES AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK DEVELOPMENT OF A STRATEGIC BUSINESS PLAN, 2016-2020 FOR THE NEPAD-IPPF SPECIAL FUND Multi-sector Financing: NEPAD-IPPF 1. The NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility (NEPAD-IPPF) is a Special Fund hosted and administered by the African Development (ADB). It is currently constituted with resources mobilized from donors (Canada, Denmark, Germany, Spain, UK) and AfDB. The mission of the NEPAD-IPPF is to pool the resources mobilized to support, among others, the preparation of economically, environmentally and socially sustainable and viable regional infrastructure projects in the four sectors of Energy, ICT, Transport and Trans-boundary Water management with the aim to enhance economic development and integration on the continent. 2. The NEPAD-IPPF is looking to secure the services of a Consultant with Business Plan development experience to develop its Strategic Business Plan for the 2016-2020 period. The services include the following:  Participation in the NEPAD-IPPF Oversight Committee (OC) meeting scheduled to be held in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire from 2nd to 4th June, 2015  Reviewing the implementation of the 2011-2015 SBP of the NEPAD-IPPF  Drafting an outline of the NEPAD-IPPF 2016-2020 SBP, including among others:  Business case and Business Model  Objectives  Logframe (on three levels: outputs, outcomes and impact)  Staffing plan  Communication  Resource mobilisation  Operating procedures  Financing plan  Stakeholder engagement  Monitoring and evaluation plan  Preparing a draft of the NEPAD-IPPF 2016-2020 SBP  Designing and leading an SBP retreat for NEPAD-IPPF staff  Rewriting the draft NEPAD-IPPF 2016-2020 SBP in light of retreat outcomes  Update the draft NEPAD-IPPF 2016-2020 SBP in light of feedback from the OC of the Facility  Finalize and get approved the NEPAD-IPPF 2016-2020 SBP  Provide NEPAD-IPPF staff with advice regarding the implementation of the 2016-2020 SBP 3. The NEPAD-IPPF now invites eligible consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (CV, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills, etc.). Consultants may constitute joint-ventures to enhance their chances of qualification. While experience of working with NEPAD-IPPF will be an asset, the desired consultant shall have the following skills and competencies:  At least 10 years’ experience of infrastructure reviews and support to business planning processes  Experience working with key International Financial Institutions such as World Bank, AfDB, EIB and bilateral donor procurement procedures  Knowledge of AfDB and its structures and procedures  Fluent in English or French and working ability in other  Demonstrated strong communication and analytical skills  Ability to work in partnership to deliver results 4. Eligibility criteria, establishment of the short-list and the selection procedure shall be in accordance with the African Development Bank’s “Rules and Procedures for the use of Consultants”. 5. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours: 8:00 am. to 5:00 pm., Abidjan local time. 6. Expressions of interest must be delivered by email with attached files to the address below by Friday, 15th May, 2015 at 4:00 pm at the latest and mention “Consultancy Services for the Development of the NEPAD-IPPF 2016-2020 Strategic Business Plan”. Mrs. Josette JOHNSON-ADAMON at j.johnson-adamon@afdb.org With copies to: Messrs.: Mamady SOUARE at m.souare@afdb.org Pamphile CODO at p.codo@afdb.org

EOI – Côte d’Ivoire - Business Development Consultant to provide business development support to the African Financial Markets Initiative (AFMI) – OFSD

 | Published March 16, 2016
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EOI – Côte d’Ivoire - Consultant services for execution of the business development framework and key programs – OPSD – 10 2015

 | Published October 2, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTANT SERVICES FOR EXECUTION OF THE BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK AND KEY PROGRAMS) AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK Private Sector Operations Department 1. The African Development Bank hereby invites Individual Consultants to indicate their interest in the following Assignment: Execution of the Business Development Framework and key programs 2. The services to be provided under the Assignment include: To enhance its role as a trusted financier, adviser and honest broker in its Regional Member Countries, the Bank needs to undertake a series of fresh strategic business development initiatives. OPSD has defined new initiatives to that effect (the “Smart Growth Plan”) in order to identify and capture “innovative” and catalytic opportunities that shall foster inclusive growth and equitable wealth creation. The formulation of a long-term, value creation business development framework from clients, markets and relationships should focus on: (i) the creation of opportunities for value to persist over the long-term; (ii) the development and retaining of new and existing clients to generate deal flow by understanding their needs and how to service them; (iii) the development of product and market knowledge by country and sector that assists clients in their investment decisions; and (iv) the building, managing and leveraging relationships to enable the flow of value for the long-term. The Consultant will, therefore, assist to:  Review the status of the portfolio of existing relationships and propose ways of strengthening /broadening those;  Coordinate and improve the delivery at departmental level of the Smart Growth Plan; and  Help define the relevant monitoring tools and implement the appropriate management systems. 3. The Private Sector Operations Department (“OPSD”) of the Bank invites Individual Consultants to indicate their interest in providing the above-described services. Interested Consultants shall provide information on their qualifications and experience demonstrating their ability to undertake this Assignment (documents, reference to similar services, experience in similar assignments, etc.). 4. The eligibility criteria, the establishment of a short list and the selection procedure shall be in conformity with the Bank’s Rules and Procedure for Acquisition of Consulting Services funded by the Administrative or Capital Expenditure Budget, February 2012. Please, note that interest expressed by a Consultant does not imply any obligation on the part of the Bank to include him/her in the shortlist. 5. The estimated duration of services is twelve (12) months and the estimated starting date is November 16th, 2015. 6. Interested Individual Consultants may obtain further information at email the address below during the Bank’s working hours: 09:00 to 17:00 Abidjan time. 7. Expressions of interest must be received by email at the address below no later than October 11th 2015 at 18:00 Abidjan time and specifically mentioning Request for Expressions of Interest: Execution of the Business Development Framework and key programs. For the attention of: M. Janade Du Plessis CCIA Building 01 BP 1387, Avenue Jean-Paul II Abidjan 01- Côte d’Ivoire Tel: +225 20264228 E-mail: j.duplessis@afdb.org

Providing business training kits

United Nations Industrial Development Organization | Published June 12, 2015  -  Deadline July 3, 2015
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Providing business training kits - Project to support vocational training and integration of young people - Project 100042 - Proforme

Providing business training kits

United Nations Industrial Development Organization | Published February 2, 2015  -  Deadline February 18, 2015
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Providing business training kits; Project to support vocational training and integration of young people - Project Proforme 100042

Providing business starter kits

United Nations Industrial Development Organization | Published January 30, 2015  -  Deadline February 16, 2015
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Providing business starter kits for training learners qualifying project to support vocational training and integration of young people - Project No. 100042 - Proforme

SHIPMENT (AIR/SEA) UNOCI EQUIPMENT FROM ABIDJAN, COTE D'IVOIRE TO FIVE DIFFERENT LOCATIONS IN AFRICA

United Nations Secretariat | Published November 30, 2016
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The United Nations Operation in Cote d’Ivoire (UNOCI) has a requirement to engage the services of a Contractor for the shipment of United Nations Equipment (UNOE) from Abidjan Sea and Airport (Cote d’Ivoire) to Entebbe (Uganda), Kinshasa (DRC), Laayoune (Western Sahara), Dakar (Senegal), and Libreville (Gabon) The United Nations Operation in Côte d’Ivoire (UNOCI) will shortly issue a tender to interested companies. Expressions of interest shall include: a) Company Profile with UNGM registration number (ungm.org), b) Business Registration Certificate, c) History of at least five-year prior experience in concerned business, d) Proof of Company’s existing equipement to perform the service, e) List of Reference and previously completed and current contracts, Interested companies shall submit such Expression of Interest and supporting documentations by fax to reach the above-mentioned address not later than close of business 8 December 2016. The UN reserves the right to change or cancel the requirement at any time during the EOI process. Thus submitting a reply to an EOI does not automatically guarantee that such a firm will be considered for receipt of the solicitation when issued. Please note that prospective vendors that respond and are deemed qualified upon completion of an objective evaluation of their submission, will receive the final tender document. Full details of the requirement will be sent with the solicitation documents.

EOI – Côte d’Ivoire - SE4ALL – GMG Market Intelligence – 08 2015

 | Published August 3, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CONSULTING SERVICES (FIRMS) Sustainable Energy for All (SE4LL) Energy, Environment and Climate Change Department. African Development Bank (AfDB) The African Development Bank hereby invites consulting firms to indicate their interest for the implementation of specific activities under the Green Mini-Grid (GMG) Market Development Program (MDP). The Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA) has approved a USD 1 million grant to launch the first phase of a Green Mini-Grids (GMG) Market Development Program (MDP) which will be implemented by the SE4ALL Africa Hub. The program aims to remove or reduce market barriers at regional scale and strengthen the ecosystem for the emergence of a thriving GMG sector in Sub-Saharan Africa. The program will support the efforts of relevant stakeholders such as governments and project developers in creating a favorable environment for scaling up mini-grid investment on the continent and expanding energy access to underserved communities through GMGs, thus contributing to the objectives of the SE4ALL Initiative. The MDP will be implemented through five business lines, with specific activities envisaged for the Programme’s first phase: 1. Market Intelligence: Creation of a mini-grid market opportunity assessment methodology and generate comparable data across countries 2. Business Development Support: Provide advisory/helpdesk services to developers 3. Policy and Regulatory Support: Develop an Africa Green Mini-Grid Strategy to be adopted by the AU 4. Access to Finance: Prepare a market study on available financial instruments in support of GMGs and design a concept for a financial intermediation initiative 5. Quality Assurance (implementation to start in later phases) This expression of interest refers to the first business line (Market Intelligence), which is intended to support activities that foster the ability of project developers, investors and public entities in identifying market opportunities for GMGs, that facilitate a coherent national approach and support the linkages between central authorities, local/national businesses, investors and communities with demand for power. The tasks under this expression of interest are specifically:  An evaluation of the methodologies and best practices available for assessing GMG potential;  The creation or choice of an opportunity assessment methodology in order to generate comparable data across countries;  The publication of country-level analysis on mini-grid market opportunities, initially focussing on 5 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa that are prioritising GMGs. The Energy, Environment and Climate Change Department invites Consulting Firms to indicate their interest in providing the above-described services. Interested eligible Consulting Firms or associations of Consulting Firms shall provide information on their qualifications and experience demonstrating their ability to provide the services (documentation, references for similar services, experience in comparable assignments, availability of qualified staff, etc.). The expressions of interest should follow the following format. 1) Details of the firm or consortium (including nationality of the firms and contact person) and including DACON registration number1 (max. 1 page); 2) Expression of Interest (max. 5 pages) detailing your strengths, expertise, approach and any information you believe relevant 1 Firms should be registered in the AfDB DACON Consultant Database. New registration can be obtained at http://dacon.afdb.org/dacon/ on a PC only through Internet Explorer. 3) Experience in similar Assignments (max. 5 pages) 4) CV of Key Staff members (max. 5 pages) 5) Any additional document /section you believe relevant. We suggest the firms to keep the submission below 20 pages. The eligibility criteria, the establishment of a short list and the selection procedure shall be in conformity with the Bank’s Rules and Procedure for the Use of Consultants under projects financed by the Bank Group, May 2008 Edition, revised on July 2012 available on the Bank Website at http://www.afdb.org. Please note that interest expressed by a Consulting Firm does not imply any obligation on the part of the Bank to include it in the shortlist. Interested firms may obtain further information at the below e-mail address. Expressions of interest must be received by e-mail to the below address no later than 20 August at 12pm local time (Abidjan) at the below indicated email address, with the subject line "SE4ALL – GMG Market Intelligence". All submitting firms will receive a confirmation email the same day by COB. If you do not receive a confirmation email your EOI might not have been received and you are invited to contact the following telephone number: +225 20 26 5843. Attn: Dr. Daniel-Alexander Schroth Sustainable Energy for All Africa Hub Coordinator, ONEC.0 Energy, Environment and Climate Change Department, AfDB E-mail: G.AMEHOU@AFDB.ORG

EOI – Côte d’Ivoire - SE4ALL – GMG Access to Finance – 08 2015

 | Published August 3, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CONSULTING SERVICES (FIRMS) Sustainable Energy for All (SE4LL) Energy, Environment and Climate Change Department. African Development Bank (AfDB) The African Development Bank hereby invites consulting firms to indicate their interest for the implementation of specific activities under the Green Mini-Grid (GMG) Market Development Program (MDP). The Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA) has approved a USD 1 million grant to launch the first phase of a Green Mini-Grids (GMG) Market Development Program (MDP) which will be implemented by the SE4ALL Africa Hub. The program aims to remove or reduce market barriers at regional scale and strengthen the ecosystem for the emergence of a thriving GMG sector in Sub-Saharan Africa. The program will support the efforts of relevant stakeholders such as governments and project developers in creating a favorable environment for scaling up mini-grid investment on the continent and expanding energy access to underserved communities through GMGs, thus contributing to the objectives of the SE4ALL Initiative. The MDP will be implemented through five business lines, with specific activities envisaged for the Programme’s first phase: 1. Market Intelligence: Creation of a mini-grid market opportunity assessment methodology and generate comparable data across countries 2. Business Development Support: Provide advisory/helpdesk services to developers 3. Policy and Regulatory Support: Develop an Africa Green Mini-Grid Strategy to be adopted by the AU 4. Access to Finance: Prepare a market study on available financial instruments in support of GMGs and design a concept for a financial intermediation initiative 5. Quality Assurance (implementation to start in later phases) This expression of interest refers to the fourth business line (Access to Finance) and specifically consists of preparing a market study that will include: o A supply-side scoping, including review and analysis of existing public and private funding and technical assistance facilities operating in the energy access domain in Sub- Saharan Africa, their terms, and their limitations; o A demand-side analysis, including financial simulations of different project types, mini- grid financing needs and potential returns, and a collection of case studies; o Expert and stakeholder interviews on a Financial Intermediation/Support Initiative for GMGs; o Initial recommendations on a Financial Intermediation/Support Initiative for GMGs. The Energy, Environment and Climate Change Department invites Consulting Firms to indicate their interest in providing the above-described services. Interested eligible Consulting Firms or associations of Consulting Firms shall provide information on their qualifications and experience demonstrating their ability to provide the services (documentation, references for similar services, experience in comparable assignments, availability of qualified staff, etc.). The expressions of interest should follow the following format. 1) Details of the firm or consortium (including nationality of the firms and contact person) and including DACON registration number1 (max. 1 page); 2) Expression of Interest (max. 5 pages) detailing your strengths, expertise, approach and any information you believe relevant 3) Experience in similar Assignments (max. 5 pages) 4) CV of Key Staff members (max. 5 pages) 1 Firms should be registered in the AfDB DACON Consultant Database. New registration can be obtained at http://dacon.afdb.org/dacon/ on a PC only through Internet Explorer. 5) Any additional document /section you believe relevant. We suggest the firms to keep the submission below 20 pages. The eligibility criteria, the establishment of a short list and the selection procedure shall be in conformity with the Bank’s Rules and Procedure for the Use of Consultants under projects financed by the Bank Group, May 2008 Edition, revised on July 2012 available on the Bank Website at http://www.afdb.org. Please note that interest expressed by a Consulting Firm does not imply any obligation on the part of the Bank to include it in the shortlist. Interested firms may obtain further information at the below e-mail address. Expressions of interest must be received by e-mail to the below address no later than 20 August at 12pm local time (Abidjan) at the below indicated email address, with the subject line "SE4ALL – GMG Access to Finance". All submitting firms will receive a confirmation email the same day by COB. If you do not receive a confirmation email your EOI might not have been received and you are invited to contact the following telephone number: +225 20 26 5843. Attn: Dr. Daniel-Alexander Schroth, Sustainable Energy for All Africa Hub Coordinator, ONEC.0 Energy, Environment and Climate Change Department, AfDB E-mail: G.AMEHOU@AFDB.ORG

EOI – Côte d’Ivoire - Junior Consultant: Support to COO Front-Office – 03 2015

 | Published March 11, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK Office of the First Vice President & Chief Operating Officer (FVP/COO) Immeuble CCIA – Abidjan Plateau, Avenue Jean-Paul II 01 BP 1387 Abidjan 01 – Côte d’Ivoire Expressions of interest are being requested for a Junior Consultant position Title of the assignment: Support to COO Front-Office Brief description of the assignment: The main objective of this assignment is to support the Front-Office of the COO to deliver on scheduled activities, especially as regards the coordination of internal audit recommendations follow-up and Secretariat of the Senior Management Coordination Committee. Department issuing the request: FVP/COO Place of assignment: Abidjan, COTE D’IVOIRE Duration of the assignment: Six (6) Months Tentative Date of commencement: April 1st, 2015 Detailed Terms of reference for the assignment: See attached Deadline for applications: March 20th, 2015 at 17:00 hours local Abidjan time Applications to be submitted to: Mr. Mouhamed BA Chief Corporate Business Officer African Development Bank Immeuble CCIA Abidjan – Plateau 01 BP 1387, Abidjan 01, Côte d’Ivoire M.BA@AFDB.ORG (cc: to Mr. Chi L. TAWAH, L.TAWAH@AFDB.ORG) All applications must specifically mention the name of the assignment: Junior Consultant – Support to COO Front-Office. Any questions or request for clarifications may be sent, during the Bank’s working hours (08h00- 12h00 and 14h00-17h00), to the same address above. TERMS OF REFERENCE SUPPORT TO COO FRONT-OFFICE 1. BACKGROUND The Office of the Chief Operating Officer (COO) was established in July 2008 with the following responsibilities: (1) To coordinate Bank’s Activity and facilitate cross-complex collaboration, sustained focus on agreed priorities and strategic alignment to achieve enhanced delivery; (2) To monitor Bank’s performance and implementation of major corporate decisions and provide early warning for necessary remedial actions; and (3) To oversee implementation of institutional reforms agreed to achieve organizational effectiveness. The COO Office leads Bank coordination activities through two senior management coordination platforms, the Senior Management Coordination Committee (SMCC) and the Operations Committee (OpsCom), both chaired by the First Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer. Other coordination and monitoring activities led by the Office include the follow-up of internal audit recommendations and institutional commitments. 2. OBJECTIVE OF ASSIGNMENT The main objective of this assignment is to support the COO Front-Office to deliver on scheduled activities, especially as regards the coordination of the follow-up of internal audit recommendations and the SMCC Secretariat. 3. SCOPE OF SERVICES Under the direct supervision and guidance of the Chief Corporate Business Officer, the Junior Consultant shall provide technical and administrative assistance to the COO Front-Office and carry out the following duties:  Assist in the follow-up of implementation of internal audit recommendations (including automation of the process);  Assist in the preparation of technical reports and briefing notes;  Assist in the follow-up of institutional commitments;  Assist in the performance of special corporate assignments; and  Undertake ad hoc assignments as may be requested. 4. ACCOUNTABILITY & REPORTING The Junior Consultant will be housed in the COO Office and will report to the Chief Corporate Business Officer. 5. DURATION The assignment shall preferably start on 1st April 2015, for a period of six (6) months, renewable once and subject to satisfactory performance. 6. ELIGIBILITY  Be a national of one of the member countries of the Bank  Be under 32 years of age  At least a Master’s degree (or its equivalent) in a relevant discipline related to the assignment  Minimum of two years and a maximum of five years of relevant experience  Ability to work both independently, with minimum supervision and in teams  Good organizational skills with ability to prioritize and deliver assignments in a timely manner often under time pressures  Good analytical skills with ability to quickly review documents and prepare briefing notes highlighting key issues  Good interpersonal and communication skills  Knowledge of internal audit processes would be an advantage  Competent in the use of Bank standard software (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and web tools)  Fluent in French or English, with preferably a working knowledge of the other language 7. REMUNERATION The remuneration will be an all-inclusive fee to be negotiated upon contract signature, and in compliance with the Bank’s established remuneration scale considering requisite qualifications and experience. Please attach an updated Curriculum Vitae on the basis of the template below. CURRICULUM VITAE (CV) Title of the Assignment: Support to COO Front-Office Department: Office of the First Vice President & Chief Operating Officer Surname: First Name: Birth Date: Nationality: Address: Country: Telephone: E-mail: Are any of your family members (spouse/partner, father/mother, Brother/sister, Son/daughter, etc.° employed in the African Development Bank? Yes No If « Yes », the following data must be provided Name Relationship Organisation Unit Place of Assignment Language Level Read Written Spoken English Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent French Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Other (specify) Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Key Qualifications: Please provide (i) a summary of your experience and training highlighting the most relevant for the proposed assignment, and (ii) the responsibilities which you exercised. Utilise one half-page maximum. Education (University Level and above only): Name of University - City - Country Period Diploma Obtained Main Topic / Major From To Professional Training: Name of Training Institution- City - Country Type of Training Period Certificates or Diploma Obtained From From Employment Record: Begin with your most recent employment. For each job since your Master Degree achievement, please indicate: - Name of the Employer - Type of Activity/Business of the Employer - Title / Function - Place of Employment - Brief Description (three lines maximum) of main accomplishments and responsibilities Reference: Please indicate the name and address of three persons with no family relationship with yourself, familiar with your character and titles. I hereby certify that the responses which I provided above are all, to the best of my knowledge, true, complete and accurate. I acknowledge that an inaccurate statement or essential omission in a personal declaration or another document required by the African Development Bank might result in the rejection of my application, termination of my Contract or any other administrative sanction by the Bank. The African Development Bank may verify any statements which I made in this application. Date: ____________ Signature :

EOI – Côte d’Ivoire - Senior Advisor to support execution of financial inclusion division – OFSD – 09 2015

 | Published September 14, 2015
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EXPRESSION OF INTEREST Brief Description of the assignment: Senior Advisor to Support Execution of Financial Inclusion Division. Department making the request: Financial Sector Development Department (OFSD) of the African Development Bank (“the Bank”) Place of assignment: Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire Period of assignment: October 2015 to October 2016 Expected start date of the assignment: 01 October 2015 Last date for expressing interest: 21 September 2015 Expression of interest to be submitted to: g.kyokunda@afdb.org; r.masumuko@afdb.org Any questions/ clarification Annex 1: TERMS OF REFERENCE (TOR) Senior Advisor - Financial Inclusion Division 1- Introduction The Ten Year Strategy of the African Development Bank links entrepreneurship, investment and economic growth with the Bank’s goal of poverty alleviation and sustainable growth and recognizes that a sound and inclusive financial system is essential for these linkages to work. The Financial Sector Development Policy and Strategy, which will be before the Board in October, has two primary objectives: increased access to financial services and increased private sector credit to key development segments and sectors. With respect to access, the strategy prioritizes digital solutions as the most promising approach to rapidly increasing financial inclusion. Financial inclusion in the Strategy encompasses all initiatives seeking to make formal financial services available, accessible and affordable to all segments of the population which requires: (1) regulation and supervision that balance IT-enabled innovation, enhanced competition through participation of business agents and facilitators, and protection of customers for a cheaper but secured solution to financial exclusion; (2) win-win partnerships among all stakeholders; and (3) a technically inter- operable platform for all kinds of mobile payment products and their cross-border services; and (4) the technical and financial resources that support the various members of the mobile payments ecosystem to scale up their product and service offerings. Financial Inclusion in most African countries is moving far too slowly for its potential development impact to be realized. Formal financial institutions, payment networks and even mobile service providers need to be supplemented by digital platforms and solutions that are cheap, simple, scalable and interoperable among them. Financial inclusion has in the last decade become an important topic in international development circles and to lesser extent in domestic retail banking regulation in many countries, including the regulation of retail payment systems. Too often the discussion surrounding inclusion essentially sees the failure to provide transaction services to largely excluded segments as a market failure. As such, there is a regulatory temptation to simply compel banks and payment providers to extend services at very low prices, for example, capping fees on current accounts or debit card usage. AfDB suggests that instead of emphasizing access to formal financial institutions and products inclusion efforts, associated metrics ought to focus on the nature of the services themselves and their core function in people's financial and social lives. This is ultimately what matters. Whether the traditional banking and payment systems are the optimal means of providing core services is an entirely different question. Essentially, people, especially poor people, should be able to, among other things:  Save and accumulate when they have income  Bridge gaps in income  Build equity  Pool resources to finance expenditures  Transmit financial value between themselves and those they purchase goods and services from  Pool and share resources to sustain accidents and hazards of life It is obvious that these basic functions provide substantial benefits to those with access to them. And, in fact, over history and across cultures, most of these activities have been carried out through institutions and business models (e.g. postal banks, building societies, mutual and civic savings banks, coops etc.) other than conventional commercial banks. Indeed, commercial banks in developed countries have only addressed the consumer mass market over the last few decades. Low returns when balanced against risk considerations can hinder the implementation of mobile payment platforms and projects across Africa. When essential financial infrastructure and customer affordability are taken into account, the public and private sector is often deterred from investing in financial inclusion due to the high level of perceived risks. This is even more of an issue in Africa where the higher costs and longer delays of doing business increase the risks of investing as compared to other regions. Accurate risk evaluations, mitigation, and forming the right partnerships with others who share a common vision of extending financial inclusion to the unbanked sector in Africa is therefore critical for mobilising private capital to invest in the creation of a viable and robust financial inclusion ecosystem in Africa. Engaging with financial sector regulators and other relevant stakeholders in the continent is also important to ensuring a smooth functioning in-country and cross border money transfer and mobile payments across Africa. Understanding and mitigating against the risks involved in the development of an effective payments solutions to deepen financial inclusion is critical to this effort. Against the background of a need for deepening financial inclusion in Africa, the African Development Bank (AfDB) wishes to recruit a Senior consultant in the Financial Sector Department (OFSD) to assist the Bank in addressing its need to increase and deepen financial inclusion in Africa, through investments in new technology and entrepreneurs and in mitigating against the risks identified that may negatively impact carrying out the OFSD business plan as it relates to deepening of financial inclusion in Africa. 1. Scope of Work/ Objectives The African Development Bank has recently set up the Financial Sector Development Department. The Financial Sector Development Policy and Strategy, which will be considered by the Board in October 2015, has two primary objectives: increased access to financial services and increased private sector credit to key development segments and sectors. With respect to access, the strategy prioritizes digital solutions as the most promising approach to rapidly increasing financial inclusion. The attached Financial Sector Development Policy and Strategy, forms an integral part of the terms of reference for the OFSD Division. The African Development Bank (AFDB) wishes to engage a senior consultant in the OSFD to assist in initiatives that will catalyse the deepening of financial inclusion in Africa, including development of new mechanism to increase access to financial services for the bottom of the pyramid including risk mitigation strategies that will ensure the smooth implementation of any such initiatives. This Senior Advisor’s contract will have an explicit pipeline, country dialogue and eventually transactional objective - to define, originate and support the execution of new initiatives, promote financial inclusion in African countries starting with a few selected countries in close collaboration with Regional Member Countries’ (RMCs) clients and policy stakeholders. The objective is for these innovative public market exercises not only to take full advantage of financial products and services developed by the Bank Group but to demonstrate innovation in providing efficient long-term financing alternatives for strategic investments relevant for economic transformation. The Senior Advisor shall perform highly specialized functions requiring minimum supervision and is expected to work with the Bank’s Financial Inclusion team to undertake a full range of duties related to the analysis, development, structuring, management and implementation of lending and non-lending activities to be performed by OFSD – Financial Inclusion Division to Regional Member Countries (RMCs). The strategic objectives at country level are: i) Achieve improved policy, legal and regulatory environment ii) Achieve improved financial sector infrastructure iii) More and better financial services for enterprises iv) More and better financial services for households and individuals Among other assignments, the Consultant will work on the following thematic areas:  Preparation and appraisal missions of financial Inclusion programs to develop projects in Africa;  Work related to Financial Inclusion Divisions’ Business Development;  Alignment of the above two functions with the Bank Policies and Strategies, namely;  Bank’s long term – Ten-Year Strategy (TYS)  Country Strategy Papers (CSPs)  Joint Assistant Strategy (JAS); Quality Assurance The Senior Advisor will initially focus on; i) Operational Duties:  Provide expert advice and support to the team in the Financial Inclusion Division to Originate and manage transactions. This involves, as part of a team, undertaking country dialogue missions, scoping and market assessment exercise, project identification and appraisal missions of both lending and non-lending programs. Undertaking the preliminary evaluation of project proposals to assess their feasibility for the Bank. This involves supporting the team that conducts the initial screening of project applications, carrying out of desk reviews, preparing preliminary evaluation notes for presentation to the Departmental Management Team; and the preparation of project appraisal reports for presentation to Management, the various Bank Review Committees and finally to the Board of Directors.  Conduct country assessment exercises  Work with the OFSD.2 team to coordinate with donors active in the sector  Support the team in developing concept note for resource mobilization from donors.  Evaluate new transactions, structure, negotiate, and, most importantly, close the transactions.  Develop innovative and appropriate financial structures for complex transactions.  Coordinate closely with social environmental, and technical assistance colleagues in order to add value to our clients’ businesses, find pragmatic solutions to the specific sector challenges, and achieve sustainable development impact.  Assist in integrity due diligence for potential clients.  Advising on developing new financial inclusion products.  Develop a strong pipeline of good quality investment projects for the Financial Inclusion Division. ii) Special Initiatives Project origination in several target countries to initiate dialogue with target governments to obtain buy-in to support the financial inclusion ecosystem. Activities:  Needs Definition: this includes market research and an in-depth market study to evaluate current gaps in the financial services ecosystem that hinder financial inclusion and to identify opportunities to scale-up financial inclusion.  Market Research is then presented to country stake holders who will identify Key focus areas to invest to further financial inclusion.  Based on this prioritized focus areas identified by the country stakeholders, a Country- specific Ecosystem Design is completed. This will serve as a map or “blueprint” to follow to ensure that all of the requirements are in place to realize the opportunities in financial inclusion identified by the local stakeholders. This will include the map of the needed ecosystem and a detailed description of each required role in the ecosystem, the related business model as well as technical and infrastructure requirements. A Country Funding Package: Funding recommendations will be made for entities identified as key ecosystem players amongst a range of funding options: equity, debt, technical assistance or grants. Overall, these funding recommendations will be made in concert with the explicit intent of “curating the expected outcome” so they ensure system-wide transformation (scale). This approach is entirely new but addresses a well-defined need to approach financial inclusion in a more holistic way. It starts with a clear definition of the problem, identifies a solution and then targets funding against that solution. This approach aims at the following objectives: o An ecosystem “blue print” to scale-up products and services for the underserved aligned with key stakeholders strategic areas of interest and core competencies; o Identification of a high potential portfolio of companies whose participation in the financial services ecosystem can create a positive, “chain reaction” that will accelerate market evolution; o Increase in the access to full suite of financial services, especially amongst the previously underserved and low income populations. o Increase in efficiency and decrease in cost to deliver government and other types of payments and financial services; and ultimately o Market- level transformation in financial inclusion that leads to inclusive growth. Outputs and deliverables Progress Reports are expected on a monthly basis on the following: i) Project Diagnostic which will cover the following: o Summary assessment of institutions to be associated with execution of the Project o Current state of financial inclusion in the country o The regulatory framework and polices that will promote financial inclusion including digital financial services. o Project concept note indicating possible intervention by the Bank ii) Progress reports on transaction preparation; 2- Qualifications and Experience The qualifications required for this assignment are the following: i. Minimum MA/M.Sc. degree in Finance, Business Administration, Economics or a closely related field; ii. Minimum of 20 years post qualification experience in the field of financial markets and/or banking specifically in transactions in structured finance. iii. Strong experience in emerging markets or in developing country context in both public and private sector lending and investing within the Africa Region in particular. iv. Specific familiarity with forming and maintaining partnerships with Governments, Donors, NGO, financial institutions, private sector support institutions and private sector investors would be an added advantage. v. Strong writing, documentation, and presentation skills, in one or more of the Bank’s working languages. vi. Experience in capacity building is desirable and would be an added advantage. 4. Duration of Assignment This assignment will be for an initial period of twelve (12) months deliverable in accordance with the schedules and time limits established under the contract.

Provision of Web Hosting and Internet related Services

United Nations Secretariat | Published March 23, 2015  -  Deadline April 20, 2015
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The United Nations Operation in Cote d`Ivoire (ONUCI) hereby solicits Expressions of Interest (EOI) from competent companies in order to establish a Contract for the provision of Web Hosting and Internet related Services. The Contract will be for an initial period of one (1) year with possibiilty of extension for two (2) additional years, subject to satisfactory performance of the Contractor. Interested companies are invited to submit their EOI by e-mail (details below), courier services or hand delivery to ONUCI at the address given below. The EOI must include, as a minimum, the following documentation/information: - Company's profile, with a minimum of three-year proven experience - Company's business registration and/or incorporation certificate in communication/webhosting area - Company’s contact details (address, telephone and fax unmbers, e-mail, etc.) - List of referenced clients (minimum of three) with contact addresses. - UNGM registration number (if already registered) This EOI does not constitute a solicitation. ONUCI reserves the right to change or cancel the requirement at any time during the EOI and/or solicitation process. Submitting a response to this EOI does not automatically guarantee that your company will be considered for receipt of the solicitation when issued. The EOI, clearly marked “Expression of Interest – “Provision of Web Hosting and Internet related Services" must be received by ONUCI no later than 1600 hours Abidjan local time (GMT) on Monday 20 April 2015, via: E-mail address: ekangaotshudiemas@un.org with copy to jingoj@un.org; or To the following address: ONUCI Procurement Section ONUCI HQ,Ex Hotel Sebroko Boulevard de la Paix, Attecoubé Abidjan, Ivory Coast Attention: Mr. Samuel Ekanga Unit 1, Office No. K120

Provision of Ground Maintenance and Cleaning Services

United Nations Secretariat | Published March 2, 2015  -  Deadline March 26, 2015
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The United Nations Operation in Cote d`Ivoire (ONUCI) hereby solicits Expressions of Interest (EOI) from competent companies in order to establish a Contract for the provision of Ground Maintenance and Cleaning Services to its offices and premises in Abidjan, Sector East (Sector HQ, Bouaké) and Sector West (Sector HQ Daloa). The Contract will be for an initial period of one (1) year with possibiilty of extension for another year, subject to satisfactory performance of the Contractor. Interested companies are invited to submit their EOI by e-mail (details below), courier services or hand delivery to ONUCI at the address given below. The EOI must include, as a minimum, the following documentation/information: - Company's profile, with a minimum of five-year proven experience - Company's business registration and/or incorporation certificate - Company’s contact details (address, telephone and fax unmbers, e-mail, etc.) - Proof of financial strength (copy of the latest audited financial report); and - List of referenced clients (minimum of three) with contact addresses. - UNGM registration number (if already registered) This EOI does not constitute a solicitation. ONUCI reserves the right to change or cancel the requirement at any time during the EOI and/or solicitation process. Submitting a response to this EOI does not automatically guarantee that your company will be considered for receipt of the solicitation when issued. The EOI, clearly marked “Expression of Interest – “Provision of Ground Maintenance and Cleaning Services to its offices and premises in Abidjan, Sector East (Sector HQ, Bouaké) and Sector West (Sector HQ Daloa)" must be received by ONUCI no later than 1600 hours Abidjan local time (GMT) on Thursday, 26 March 2015, via: E-mail address: ekangaotshudiemas@un.org with copy to jingoj@un.org; or To the following address: ONUCI Procurement Section ONUCI HQ,Ex Hotel Sebroko Boulevard de la Paix, Attecoubé Abidjan, Ivory Coast Attention: Mr. Samuel Ekanga Unit 1, Office No. K120

Inland Transportation Services by Road and Related Handling Within the territories of Cote d’Ivo ...

United Nations Secretariat | Published August 10, 2016
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The United Nations Operation in Cote d’Ivoire (ONUCI) has a requirement to engage the services of an experienced Contractor for the provision of inland transportation services to ONUCI on “As and When Required Basis”. The proposed contract period is for six months with a possible extension, at ONUCI’s discretion and subject to the satisfactory performance of the Contractor and ONUCI’s continued requirement for the provision of the services. In conjunction with inland transportation services ONUCI may require the services of forklift, crane and other materials handling equipment to load and offload cargo at origin and/or destination. The United Nations Operation Mission in Côte d’Ivoire (UNOCI) intends to issue a Invitation to Bid to interested companies complying with requested information. Interested firms with relevant experience and already registered in UNGM at level 1or 2 are invited to submit their Expression of Interest (EOI) by fax or e-mail no later than 17:00 hours on Friday 19 August 2016. The United Nations Operation Mission in Côte d’Ivoire (UNOCI) intends to issue a Invitation to Bid to interested companies complying with requested information. Interested firms with relevant experience and already registered in UNGM at level 1or 2 are invited to submit their Expression of Interest (EOI) by fax or e-mail no later than 17:00 hours on Friday 19 August 2016. UNGM registered number is mandatory. Important Notice: This EOI does not constitute a solicitation. UNOCI reserves the right to change or cancel the requirements at any time during the EOI and/or solicitation process. Thus, submitting a reply to this EOI does not automatically guarantee that your firm will be considered for receipt of the solicitation when issued. Expression of Interest not addressing the below criteria to the satisfaction of UNOCI shall not be considered for the solicitation to bid. In order to receive the sollicitation documents the company shall fulfil the following requirements: 1. Registration with UNGM at level 1or 2 is mandatory (Provide the registration number). 2. The Company must have experience in Drugs and/or Laboratory Consumables; 3. A copy of the commercial register showing the licensing of the company in this field of business; 4. Indicate the number of years of experience in this field, 5. The list of previous contracts of a similar nature.

Customs Clearance and Related Services for United Nations Owned Equipment and Contingent Owned E ...

United Nations Secretariat | Published August 10, 2016
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a. The United Nations Operation in Cote d’Ivoire (ONUCI) has a requirement to engage the services of a licensed and experienced Contractor for the provision of customs clearance and related services to ONUCI for commercial shipments, United Nations owned equipment and contingent owned equipment on “As and When Required Basis” . b. The proposed contract period is for eight months with possibility of extension, at ONUCI’s discretion and subject to the satisfactory performance of the Contractor and ONUCI’s continued requirement for the provision of the services. c. Service requested is for freight forwarding, stevedoring, customs clearance and related services at the ports of entry listed below on the importation and exportation of shipments ordered from suppliers, Contingent Owned Equipment (COE) and United Nations Owned Equipment (UNOE) arriving or departing by Sea, Air and Road to and from Cote d’Ivoire and the delivery of the shipments from ports of entry to ONUCI’s designated place of final destination. The United Nations Operation Mission in Côte d’Ivoire (UNOCI) intends to issue a Invitation to Bid to interested companies complying with requested information. Interested firms with relevant experience and already registered in UNGM at level 1or 2 are invited to submit their Expression of Interest (EOI) by fax or e-mail no later than 17:00 hours on Friday 19 August 2016. UNGM registered number is mandatory. Important Notice: This EOI does not constitute a solicitation. UNOCI reserves the right to change or cancel the requirements at any time during the EOI and/or solicitation process. Thus, submitting a reply to this EOI does not automatically guarantee that your firm will be considered for receipt of the solicitation when issued. Expression of Interest not addressing the below criteria to the satisfaction of UNOCI shall not be considered for the solicitation to bid. In order to receive the sollicitation documents the company shall fulfil the following requirements: 1. Registration with UNGM at level 1or 2 is mandatory (Provide the registration number). 2. The Company must have experience in Drugs and/or Laboratory Consumables; 3. A copy of the commercial register showing the licensing of the company in this field of business; 4. Indicate the number of years of experience in this field, 5. The list of previous contracts of a similar nature.

FOR THE PROVISION AND DISTRIBUTION OF LIQUIDLIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS

United Nations Secretariat | Published September 15, 2014  -  Deadline October 3, 2014
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1. The United Nations Operations in Cote d’Ivoire (ONUCI) seeks Expressions of Interest ( EOI) from duly registered and licenced companies for the provision and distribution of Liquidliquefied Petroleum Gas. 2. ONUCI will undertake a competitive bidding exercise shortly and accordingly intends to issue solicitation documents to those companies who would express their interest and provide initial relevant information demonstrating their ability to fulfill ONUCI requirements. In addition, the interested companies will be requested to complete UN Vendor registration for level 1 on the vendor database accessible on ungm.org (new vendors only). 3. A detailed Scope of Work (SOW) will be provided to companies short listed for receipt of the solicitation documents. 4. The EOI should specify brief relevant information about the company including the company’s Profile, capacity/capability and experience. Vendors will be shortlisted based on their ability to provide the relevant documents showing that they are authorized to undertake business in Cote d’Ivoire. Interested vendors must provide the following document with their response: - Copy of the registration certificate / license(s) of the company Please note that this request for EOI is not an invitation for submission of a bid 5. ONUCI reserves the right in selecting the invitees for the competitive bidding based on substantial and proven records of performance in the subject field of activities and submission of an EOI would not automatically warrant receipt of the (RFP) documents.ONUCI reserves the right to reject EOIs received after the deadline indicated below. 6. The expressions of interest may be submitted by email to guerrier@un.org / fariala@un.org / jingo@un.org or else by facsimile (see below), hand-delivery or courier, clearly marked with the inscription "EOI - Provision of ''provision and distribution of Liquidliquefied Petroleum Gas." and addressed as follows to be received not later than Friday 3 October 2014, 15:00 hours Abidjan Time to: Chief Procurement Officer ONUCI, Ancien Hôtel Sebroko, Bureau des Achats-Boulevard de la Paix, Attécoubé 19 Abidjan Attn. Ms. May Monia Guerrier K-Block, porte 113 Tel : 2023 5454 Fax : 2023 5059 e-mails : guerrier@un.org ou fariala@un.org ou jingo@un.org

EOI – Côte d’Ivoire - Junior Consultant - Assisting in treasury risk management activities – FFMA – 05 2015

 | Published May 19, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK Financial Management Department E-mail: t.dekock@afdb.org Telephone: +216 7110 2138 Fax : +216 71 330 632 Expressions of interest are being requested for a Junior Consultant Position Brief description of the Assignment: ASSISTING IN TREASURY RISK MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES Department issuing the request: Financial Management Department Place of assignment: Abidjan Duration of the assignment: 6 months Tentative Date of commencement: 1 June 2015 Detailed Terms of reference for the assignment: Attached Deadline for applications: 25 May 2015 Applications to be submitted to: t.dekock@afdb.org with a copy to m.ly@afdb.org ; l.traore@afdb.org and f.kassahun@afdb.org Any questions and requests for clarifications may be sent to: t.dekock@afdb.org with a copy to m.ly@afdb.org ; l.traore@afdb.org and f.kassahun@afdb.org Please submit your proposal including Curriculum Vitae on the basis of the template attached. Thank you. MODEL CURRICULUM VITAE (CV) Title of the Assignment: Department: Surname: First Name: Birth Date: Nationality: Address: Country: Telephone: E-mail: Are any of your family members (spouse/partner, father/mother, Brother/sister, Son/daughter, etc.° employed in the African Development Bank? Yes No If « Yes », the following data must be provided Name Relationship Organisation Unit Place of Assignment Language Level Read Written Spoken English Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent French Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Other (specify) Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Key Qualifications: Please provide (i) a summary of your experience and training highlighting the most relevant for the proposed assignment, and (ii) the responsibilities which you exercised. Utilise one half-page maximum. Education (University Level and above only): Name of University - City - Country Period Diploma Obtained Main Topic / Major From To Professional Training: Name of Training Institution- City - Country Type of Training Period Certificates or Diploma Obtained From From Employment Record: Begin with your most recent employment. For each job since your Master Degree achievement, please indicate: - Name of the Employer - Type of Activity/Business of the Employer - Title / Function - Place of Employment - Brief Description (three lines maximum) of main accomplishments and responsibilities Reference: Please indicate the name and address of three persons with no family relationship with yourself, familiar with your character and titles. I hereby certify that the responses which I provided above are all, to the best of my knowledge, true, complete and accurate. I acknowledge that an inaccurate statement or essential omission in a personal declaration or another document required by the African Development Bank might result in the rejection of my application, termination of my Contract or any other administrative sanction by the Bank. The African Development Bank may verify any statements which I made in this application. Date: ____________ Signature : TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR THE HIRING OF A JUNIOR CONSULTANT Introduction The African Development Bank is a regional multilateral development bank whose shareholders include the 53 countries in Africa and 25 non-African countries from the Americas, Asia and Europe. The Bank was established in 1964 with its headquarters in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, and since February 2003 it has operated from its temporary relocation agency in Tunis. The Bank’s primary objective is to promote the economic development and social progress of its regional member countries, individually and jointly. The central goal of the Bank’s activities is promoting sustainable growth and reducing poverty in Africa. The Bank thus finances a broad range of development projects and programs. Background The Treasury Risk Management Division (FFMA3) is responsible for the identification, measurement, monitoring and mitigation of market and credit risks in the Bank’s Treasury operations. In addition to the risk management activities, the Division ensures the timely reporting of the Treasury Department activities. The Division is therefore in charge of building an efficient control framework to ensure adherence to the Bank’s Assets and Liabilities Management (ALM) guidelines and to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). Finally, in fulfilling its mission, the Division provides efficient information systems and analytical support tools to the Treasury Department to improve the decision-making process Duties and Scope of Work The Financial Management Department is looking for a Junior Consultant that will be responsible for assisting in a series of key assignments. The consultant will work under the guidance of the Manager of the Treasury Risk Management Division. The consultant will need to understand the AfDB Group, its strategy, achievements and how the Financial Management department facilitates the Bank Group’s mission. He/she will have knowledge of the Risk management tools. The incumbent will play an integral role in helping the division to produce and deliver key treasury risk report for its clients (trading room, funding desk, back office and finance accountancy departments). This role will involve: - Ensuring accuracy of market and credit risk static data - Validate and Control trading desk P&L including performing analytical review of positions and challenge the desk where appropriate. - Establishing an effective relationship with the business to manage the regular booking, accounting and reporting challenges - Assisting the trading desk to validate and process investment transactions - Liaising with the funding desk for the setting up of the bank’s bond issuances in the financial system - Provide assistance in the confirmation of ISDA/ CSA contracts and set credit terms when required. - Responsible for the daily monitoring process of counterparty credit risk limits. Identify limit breaches and issue notices to senior officers. - Support the Back-office in daily collateral management process of derivatives. Solve collateral disputes. - Monthly reconciliation of trading investment with accounting department and other stakeholder - Assist in the production of accurate and timely Treasury risk reports for Asset and Liability committee Requirements The Junior Consultant should possess strong quantitative and analytical skills, be well versed in risk management techniques. Eligibility criteria for the recruitment are: - Minimum of a Masters Degree or its equivalent in Business Administration, Finance, Banking, Accounting, Economics. Professional qualification in risk management will be a plus; - Be a national of one of the member countries of the Bank; - Preferably a minimum of 3 years of relevant practical working experience in bank’s middle office or risk function; - Be under 32 years of age; - Good knowledge of treasury financial instruments, fixed income securities, derivatives, equity products and risk management concepts; - Competence in the use of Bank standard software (Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint), preferably good knowledge of SUMMIT and competence in modelling and quantitative methods; - Ability to communicate and write effectively in French and/or English, with a working knowledge of the other language; - Good team worker with excellent analytical, problem solving, time management and communication skills both written and verbal.

EOI – Côte d’Ivoire - Junior Consultant for the Strategy Department – COSP – 05 2015

 | Published May 15, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK West Africa Department Immeuble du CCIA Rue Jean-Paul II – PLATEAU 01 Boite Postale 1387 ABIDJAN 01 COTE D’IVOIRE Expressions of interest are being requested for a Junior Consultant for Strategy Brief description of the Assignment: Junior Consultant for the Strategy Department. Department issuing the request: COSP Place of assignment: Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire Duration of the assignment: 15 June 2015 to 15 December 2015 Tentative Date of commencement: 15 June March 2015 Detailed Terms of reference for the assignment: [see below] Deadline for applications: 22 May 2015, 12:00 p.m. noon, Abidjan time Applications to be submitted to: Kapil Kapoor (k.kapoor@afdb.org), Aminata Camara Traore (a.c.traore@afdb.org), Emanuele Santi (e.santi@afdb.org) Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted Any questions and requests for clarifications may be sent to: Kapil Kapoor (k.kapoor@afdb.org), Aminata Camara Traore (a.c.traore@afdb.org), Emanuele Santi (e.santi@afdb.org) Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted Please send a brief cover letter and a resume making sure the following information are included: MODEL CURRICULUM VITAE (CV) Title of the Assignment: Department: Surname: First Name: Birth Date: Nationality: Address: Country: Telephone: E-mail: Are any of your family members (spouse/partner, father/mother, Brother/sister, Son/daughter, etc.° employed in the African Development Bank? Yes No If « Yes », the following data must be provided Name Relationship Organisation Unit Place of Assignment Language level Read Written Spoken English Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent French Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Other (Specify) Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Fair Good Excellent Key Qualifications: Please provide (i) a summary of your experience and training highlighting the most relevant for the proposed assignment, and (ii) the responsibilities which you exercised. Utilise one half-page maximum. Education (University Level and above only): Name of University - City -Country Period Diploma Obtained Main Topic / Major From To Professional Training: Name of Training Institution- City - Country Type of Training Period Certificates or Diploma Obtained From From Employment Record: Begin with your most recent employment. For each job since your Master Degree achievement, please indicate: - Name of Employer - Type of Activity/ Business of the Employer - Title/Function - Place of Employment - Brief Description (Three lines maximum) of main accomplishments and responsibilities Reference: Please indicate the name and address of three persons with no family relationship with yourself, familiar with your character and titles. I hereby certify that the responses which I provided above are all, to the best of my knowledge, true, complete and accurate. I acknowledge that an inaccurate statement or essential omission in a personal declaration or another document required by the African Development Bank might result in the rejection of my application, termination of my Contract or any other administrative sanction by the Bank. The African Development Bank may verify any statements which I made in this application. Date: ___________ Signature : TERMS OF REFERENCE TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR THE RECRUITMENT OF A JUNIOR RESEARCH AND COMMUNICATION ANALYST 1. Introduction / Background Strategy and Operational Policy Department (COSP) has a key role in developing a corporate vision and a strategic perspective for the African Development Bank. Reporting to COO, it works across the institution, helping to ensure strategic and policy focus in decision-making, and the improved alignment of resources with strategic priorities. On 1 November 2013, the previous Strategy Office (STRG) and the previous Operational Resources and Policies Department (ORPC) were merged as a new Strategy and Operational Policies Department (COSP). COSP is the result of the organizational fine-tuning exercise aiming at consolidating the various functions related to strategy and policy work in the African Development Bank. The primary roles of the Department are: To develop and help maintain (along with other units) corporate strategies and operational policies necessary for the Bank to deliver on the spirit of its Charter and in line with the Bank’s 2013-2022 Strategy and other strategies; and to play a prominent role in keeping the Bank a strategy-focused organization in line with its policies. 2. Objectives of the Assignment COSP is seeking three junior consultants with solid economic background to support country and regional policies and strategies cluster, operational sector policies and strategy cluster, and nonsector specific institutional policies and strategies cluster and provide analytical input to the design, update, and consolidation of strategies and policies at country/region, sector, and institution levels. 3. Main activities and deliverables Junior consultants are required to work with three clusters on the following tasks. Country and Regional Policies and Strategies Cluster: Support country and regional integration teams in developing or updating Country Strategy Papers (CSPs) and Regional Integration Strategy Paper (RISPs) in line with the Bank’s 2013- 2022 Strategy, operational policies and strategies; Operational Sector Policies and Strategies Cluster: Support operational sector departments in developing, and consolidating sector-specific strategies and policies in line with the Bank’s 2013-2022 Strategy; Non-sector Specific Institutional Policies and Strategies Cluster Support cluster leaders in developing, updating or consolidating the various non-sector specific strategies and policies, in line with the Bank’s 2013-2022 Strategy; Provide analytical input on resource mobilisation efforts (ADF replenishments, ADB general capital increases, and other innovative financing options); Provide inputs into ALCO, OpsCom, CRC, SCP, etc. Support strategic communications on or related to Bank policy and strategy; Provide input to the 3-Year Rolling Plan (with COPB); Support analytical reviews and Economic and Sector Works (ESWs) undertaken by operational and non-operational complexes, where required, for purposes of providing strategy/policy-based upstream support; and Contribute to the updating of the Operational Manual following a completion of policy or strategy work. 4. Administration/reporting The junior consultants will be reporting to the manager or clusters coordinators depending upon the specific tasks undertaken. 5. Duration of the assignment The consultants are expected to begin preferably in June 2015, with a contract duration of six months 2015, with possible extention. 6. Qualifications and Experience required Candidates will have to demonstrate the following in order to be considered:  Citizen of a member country (regional or non-regional) of the AfDB.  A minimum of a Master’s degree or equivalent in Economics, International Development, Business Administration, Finance, or any discipline that is relevant to the business of the Bank, and with outstanding academic credentials. All applicants must have completed and obtained a Master’s or equivalent Degree Certificate by the time the vacancy announcement closes to be considered for the program.  A minimum of three years relevant work experience with a Multi-disciplinary background.  Demonstrated strong analytical skills; dynamism; results-orientation; and problem- solving capability.  Demonstrated passion for development issues and a commitment to Africa.  Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and/or French with a working knowledge of the other language.  Working knowledge of Microsoft operating systems (PowerPoint, Excel, Visio). The following will be considered an added advantage:  Leadership potential; ability to work in various operational and corporate tasks; ability to leverage knowledge with others; and adaptability to working in a multicultural setting.  Field experience on the continent and/or in other developing countries.  Working knowledge of a third language that is relevant to the Bank’s operations.  Skills in Information Communication and Technology (ICT); People management and Administration; Fiduciary Risks (i.e. Audit, Risk Management and Anti- Corruption); and Knowledge Management. 7. Remuneration Depending on qualifications and experience, an all-inclusive fee of up to USD 4200 per month will be offered. In addition, for candidates who need to travel to take up this assignment, around trip economy class air-tickets with the shortest route will be provided. The candidate will be responsible for obtaining personal health insurance at his or her own cost. The coverage should include all medical expenses, including those resulting from illness or injury incurred during the duration of the assignment. 8. Place of assignment: The selected junior consultants will be based in Abidjan.