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EOI - Kenya - Junior consultant - Regional programs support - RDGE

 | Published September 4, 2017
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EOI - Kenya - Junior consultant - Regional programs support - RDGE

EOI – Kenya – Regional Climate and Green Growth Consultant – Eastern Africa - PECG

 | Published September 18, 2017
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EOI – Kenya – Regional Climate and Green Growth Consultant – Eastern Africa - PECG

EOI – Kenya - Junior Consultant - Support to Eastern Africa regional development and business delivery office (RDGE) operations and programme

 | Published March 23, 2017
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EOI – Kenya - Junior Consultant - Support to Eastern Africa regional development and business delivery office (RDGE) operations and programme

EOI - Writing a Chapter on “Growth, Poverty, Inequality and Unemployment” - Individual Consultant for the Kenya Growth Diagnostics Study - ECMR.1

 | Published October 11, 2017
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EOI - Writing a Chapter on “Growth, Poverty, Inequality and Unemployment” - Individual Consultant for the Kenya Growth Diagnostics Study - ECMR.1

EOI – Kenya - Individual consultant to support the activities for scaling up private sector capacity and investment for climate change and green growth projects in Kenya - PECG

 | Published September 15, 2017
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EOI – Kenya - Individual consultant to support the activities for scaling up private sector capacity and investment for climate change and green growth projects in Kenya - PECG

EOI - Cote D’Ivoire - Individual Consultant for the Kenya Growth Diagnostics Study - Writing a chapter on “Role of governance, institutions and political risk on Growth in Kenya” - ECMR.1

 | Published October 5, 2017
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EOI - Cote D’Ivoire - Individual Consultant for the Kenya Growth Diagnostics Study - Writing a chapter on “Role of governance, institutions and political risk on Growth in Kenya” - ECMR.1

EOI - Cote D’Ivoire - Individual Consultant for the Kenya Growth Diagnostics Study - Writing a chapter on Drivers, constraints and opportunities for growth - ECMR.1

 | Published October 5, 2017
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EOI - Cote D’Ivoire - Individual Consultant for the Kenya Growth Diagnostics Study - Writing a chapter on Drivers, constraints and opportunities for growth - ECMR.1

EOI - Cote D’Ivoire - Individual Consultant for the Kenya Growth Diagnostics Study - Writing a chapter on “Regulatory and legal impediments to Growth in Kenya” - ECMR.1

 | Published October 5, 2017
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EOI - Cote D’Ivoire - Individual Consultant for the Kenya Growth Diagnostics Study - Writing a chapter on “Regulatory and legal impediments to Growth in Kenya” - ECMR.1

EOI - Cote D’Ivoire - Individual Consultant for the Kenya Growth Diagnostics Study - Technical Support to the Kenya Growth Diagnostics Drafting team” - ECMR.1

 | Published October 5, 2017
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EOI - Cote D’Ivoire - Individual Consultant for the Kenya Growth Diagnostics Study - Technical Support to the Kenya Growth Diagnostics Drafting team” - ECMR.1

EOI - Cote D’Ivoire - Individual Consultant for the Kenya Growth Diagnostics Study - Writing a Chapter on “Growth, Poverty, Inequality and Unemployment” - ECMR.1

 | Published October 5, 2017
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EOI - Cote D’Ivoire - Individual Consultant for the Kenya Growth Diagnostics Study - Writing a Chapter on “Growth, Poverty, Inequality and Unemployment” - ECMR.1

EOI - Writing a chapter on “Role of governance, institutions and political risk on Growth in Kenya” - Individual Consultant for the Kenya Growth Diagnostics Study - ECMR.1

 | Published October 11, 2017
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EOI - Writing a chapter on “Role of governance, institutions and political risk on Growth in Kenya” - Individual Consultant for the Kenya Growth Diagnostics Study - ECMR.1

EOI - Kenya - Individual Consultant - Project Manager for the implementation of the Underwriting System – ATI – 07 2015

 | Published July 8, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES – INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT) KENYA CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR MANAGEMENT OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF AN UNDERWRITING SYSTEM Project ID No. P-Z1-H00-002 Grant No.: 5700155000951 The African Trade Insurance Agency (“ATI”) is a multilateral financial insurance company that operates in 10 African countries. It has been set up to attract investments and facilitate trade by offering products that remove the political and credit risk from transactions within or with our member states. To that effect it has developed a range of products that are adjusted to the needs of its clients. As the volumes grow at a fast rate, time has come to move from a manual administration using spreadsheets and word documents and to implement an integrated state of the art IT application (“the system”) that will structure the data, the processes, the products, the reports and the roles of the team members. The African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI) has received financing from the African Development Bank under the FAPA Grant and intends to apply part of the amount for this grant to payments under the contract for the management and supervision of the implementation of an Underwriting System. Objectives of the consultancy The objective of the assignment is to assist with the implementation management of the system and to ensure that the implementation is done properly. Implementation of the System commenced on 1st October 2013. The progress in implementation is continuous, but rather slow as the system needs customization. Scope of the work Specifically, the Consultant will provide the following services under this project: Support of the project implementation The project manager will support the team by:  helping in fine tuning the specifications for the supplier  participating in the coordination meetings  giving advice with regards to the planning and the assessment of the progress  work with the supplier to develop training materials for the staff and for the data administrator (including how to modify parameters in the system and technical reports) Quality Assurance The project manager is in charge of ensuring the management and the internal auditors of ATI that the implementation is done properly: including  the original scope is respected  the final version is well documented  the users are using the system as intended  the detailed technical specifications are sufficiently detailed  the communication between users and supplier is sufficiently documented and leaves an audit track; bugs and requests for change are properly filed  all decisions are validated at the appropriate level and well documented  that tests are done according to the book  the agreed methodology is respected  there are documentation and training manuals that are sufficiently user-friendly  the project progresses in a logical order and at an acceptable speed  the data are well protected and the approvals in the system operate as they should  a data administrator is fully trained in supporting data management tasks in the system and in creating reports. Key features of the project are:  Modular implementation: the application has been split in different modules and they will be implemented one after another, in order to learn from the experience with the first modules and have the time to prepare the detailed specifications for the next ones.  Methodology: the system implementing firm uses a mix of MPI and Prince2  Microsoft platform: all the modules have been developed on Microsoft 1. The project so far:  The supplier delivers the system based on a new version of the Microsoft CRM software.  The first modules have already been implemented and the team is using it. The system implementing firm is using an “agile development” methodology, where improvements are made on an ongoing basis without too much documentation. This is in line with ATI’s need, as we don’t have sufficient expertise and manpower to make detailed specifications,  The first modules are related to business development, filing, management of credit limits, work organization and issuance of policies. In the next phase we will move to reinsurance, the interfacing with accounting, reporting. These modules will work on more structured fields where errors will materially impact the company.  The whole project is financed by a grant and there is a strict deadline for the final delivery – 31-12- 2015.. There may be a possibility to extend the deadline, but likely not for more than 3 months. This will be decided towards year-end, based on the progress report. Profile The work will be done by an Individual Consultant.  based in Nairobi  certification as project manager, preferably in PMI or Prince2  extensive and successful experience with the implementation of large projects (references required) as project manager, including IT projects  experience with financial institutions  hands-on, good communication skills (listening, oral, written)  pragmatic problem solver  very structured approach  flexible regarding availability  if possible, experience with Microsoft platforms Duration  The mission will start as soon as possible and will continue till the end of 2015 and the estimated input is 3 months. There is a possibility that the mission will be extended, but for a limited period  This is not necessary a full time job. There may be periods with limited work, and peaks that will require significant involvement. Applications will include the following:  CV and references  Consultant’s availability  Consultants' academic qualifications  Consultant's knowledge in Underwriting Systems  Consultant skills  Consultant experience in Similar Assignments. ATI now invites individual consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to undertake this assignment (brochures, description of similar assignments, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, evidence of appropriate skills, etc.). Evaluation of the EOI will be based on the following evaluation criteria: (i) Consultants' academic qualifications; (ii) Consultant's knowledge in systems implementation; (iii) Consultant skills; (iv) Consultant experience in Similar Assignments; (v) Experience in similar environments involving systems implementation. The method of selection shall be Individual Consultant (IC). The eligibility criteria, establishment of the short list and the selection procedure shall be in conformity with the African Development Bank’s “Rules and Procedures for Use of Consultants” (May 2008 Edition, Revised July 2012, which is available on the Bank’s website http://www.afdb.org Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours 08:00 – 17:00. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by Friday, 23rd July 2015 at 14:00 hours and mention Project Manager for the implementation of the Underwriting System. George Otieno Chief Executive Officer African Trade Insurance Agency 5th floor, Kenya Re Towers, Upperhill PO Box 10620-00100 Nairobi Kenya Tel: +254 272 6999 or +254 722 205 006/7 Email: procurement@ati-aca.org

– INTERNATIONAL INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT (TEAM LEADER) DEVELOPMENT OF KENYA UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE FRAMEWORK (UNDAF) 2018 -2022

UNDP COUNTRY OFFICE - KENYA - KENYA | Published July 27, 2017  -  Deadline August 9, 2017
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The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF 2014- 2018) is the fourth-generation Programme of UN support to Kenya. The UNDAF was developed per the principles of UN Delivering as One (DaO), aimed at ensuring Government ownership, demonstrated through UNDAF’s full alignment to Government priorities as defined in the Vision 2030 and Medium-Term Plan 2013- 2017 and planning cycles, as well as internal coherence among UN agencies and programmes operating in Kenya. The UNDAF contributes to the overall goal of Kenya’s Vision 2030 of: “Creating a globally competitive and prosperous nation with a high quality of life by 2030, that aims to transform Kenya into a newly industrializing, middle-income country for all citizens in a clean and secure environment”.The UNDAF reflects the efforts of all UN agencies and key partners working in Kenya. The design of the UNDAF was informed by several strategic discussions both within the UN and with stakeholders, to determine how the UN System is best suited to support the national development goals.The new UNDAF for Kenya 2018-2022 will be aligned to Kenya’s Vision 2030 and national priorities as outlined the third Medium Term Plan (MTP III), in accordance with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To effectively align the new UNDAF to MTP III, the UN is strategically and actively engaged with the process of developing MTP III. In 2016, GOK launched the SDGs roadmap for the next 2 years. The UN Country team in Kenya hope to recruit a team of two consultants, a senior international consultant who will be the team leader and a national consultant to support, provide technical guidance and facilitate the process of developing the UNDAF as outlined in the roadmap for developing the UNDAF. Specific objectives of the assignment include:To undertake desk review and Compilation of the Evidence Based Common Country Assessment (CCA). (See Annex 1 on the UNDAF road map outlining details of the CCA)To facilitate strategic planning and prioritization process of developing the UNDAF which includes actual development of the UNDAF theory of change, results framework, finance and budgetary framework and writing the narrative document.Application process Qualified candidates are requested to email their applications to email address: consultants.ken@undp.org to reach us on 5.00 P.M on Wednesday, 09 August 2017Please quote the Procurement Reference No.: ‘’KEN/IC/2017/25 ‘’ on the subject line.

INTERNATIONAL INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT - TERMINAL EVALUATION OF THE UN JOINT PROJECT ON CLIMATE CHANGE.

UNDP COUNTRY OFFICE - KENYA | Published March 14, 2017  -  Deadline March 24, 2017
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BackgroundIn accordance with UNDP policies and procedures, all full and medium-sized UNDP projects are required to undergo a terminal evaluation upon completion of implementation. These terms of reference (TOR) sets out the expectations for a Terminal Evaluation (TE) of the Support to low carbon climate resilient development for poverty reduction in Kenya Project, also called the UN Joint Project on Climate Change (Project Number - 00090583.) The UN Joint Climate Change Project titled ‘Support to Low Carbon Climate Resilient Development for Poverty Reduction in Kenya’ was designed in recognition of the impacts of climate change across all the key sectors in Kenya’s economy, because of the country’s geography and over-reliance on rain-fed agriculture, pastoral livestock production systems and tourism which are all heavily dependent on nature. The project brings together 5 UN Agencies (UNEP, UNHABITAT, UNESCO, ILO and UNDP), Delivering as One to support Kenya effectively respond to various challenges associated with climate change.Objective and ScopeThe project was designed by the Government of Kenya in recognition of the importance of climate change (CC) impacts on Kenya’s development; and risks towards achieving Vision 2030 as highlighted in the National Climate Change Response Strategy 2010. The project, was principally designed to give effect to the National Climate Change Action Plan 2013-2017 (NCCAP), which stipulates the need to mainstream CC adaptation and mitigation measures in national and county planning and budgeting processes; and in all sectors of the economy as a means to further Kenya’s people-centered development strategy.Evaluation Approach and MethodologyThe evaluation will cover all activities supported by UNDP and, where appropriate, activities supported by the host institution, State Department of Livestock. It will also cover activities that other collaborating partners are supporting as part of the co-finance to the project. The TE will be conducted according to the guidance, rules and procedures established by UNDP as reflected in the UNDP Evaluation Guidance for GEF Financed Projects. The objectives of the evaluation are to assess the achievement of project results, and to draw lessons that can both improve the sustainability of benefits from this project, and aid in the overall enhancement of UNDP programming.Application ProcessInterested and qualified candidates should submit their applications which should include the following:UNDP Personal History Form (P11)Detailed Curriculum VitaeProposal for implementing the assignmentQualified candidates are requested to email their applications to consultants.ken@undp.org to reach us not later than COB on Friday, 24 March 2017Please quote “Terminal Evaluation – UN Joint Project on Climate Change” on the subject line.AttachmentsANNEX 1 - TERMS OF REFERENCES (TOR) ANNEX 2 - IC PROPOSAL FORMANNEX 3 - P11 TEMPLATEANNEX 4 - INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

International Individual Consultant: Wildlife Crime Specialist

UNDP COUNTRY OFFICE - KENYA | Published March 17, 2017  -  Deadline March 30, 2017
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In mid-2015, the Council for the Global Environment Facility (GEF) approved, as part of its \"Programmatic Approach\" titled Global Partnership on Wildlife Conservation and Crime Prevention for Sustainable Development, a Child Project Concept for Kenya with UNDP as the selected GEF agency. The project has the following titles and reference: Combating poaching and illegal wildlife trafficking in Kenya through an integrated approach; PIMS 5468: Kenya Wildlife Trade. The project’s target GEF funding is $3.8M and it has been duly endorsed by the Government of Kenya.The full project to be developed based on the Child Project Concept will be implemented by the Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources, and Kenya Wildlife Service, with support from UNDP Kenya and key management agencies at the focal PAs and landscapes (within the Tsavo and Mara ecosystems; to be determined during the PPG phase). The project’s objective is to build Kenya’s capacity for combating poaching and illegal wildlife trafficking, through increased capacity and coordination of key law enforcement agencies (for wildlife and general crime) at both national and site level, and support community co-management of wildlife in a landscape approach.ResponsibilitiesFunction as the expert advisor in all matters pertaining to wildlife crime, working in close collaboration with the other PPG consultants, with the main goals of ensuring that state of the art knowledge and science on wildlife crime is included in the overall GEF documentation, with the help of the remainder of the multi-disciplinary teams in each country.Application process Interested and qualified candidates should submit their applications which should include the following:UNDP Personal History Form (P11)Detailed Curriculum VitaeProposal for implementing the assignmentOfferor’s letter to UNDPQualified candidates are requested to email their applications to consultants.ken@undp.org to reach us not later than COB on Thursday, 30 March 2017Please quote “Wildlife Crime Specialist” on the subject

International Individual Consultant (Team Leader) Conservation Management & Multi- Focal Areas , GEF Project Development Specialist

UNDP COUNTRY OFFICE - KENYA | Published March 17, 2017  -  Deadline March 30, 2017
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In mid-2015, the Council for the Global Environment Facility (GEF) approved, as part of its \"Programmatic Approach\" titled Global Partnership on Wildlife Conservation and Crime Prevention for Sustainable Development, a Child Project Concept for Kenya with UNDP as the selected GEF agency. The project has the following titles and reference: Combating poaching and illegal wildlife trafficking in Kenya through an integrated approach; PIMS 5468: Kenya Wildlife Trade. The project’s target GEF funding is $3.8M and it has been duly endorsed by the Government of Kenya.The full project to be developed based on the Child Project Concept will be implemented by the Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources, and Kenya Wildlife Service, with support from UNDP Kenya and key management agencies at the focal PAs and landscapes (within the Tsavo and Mara ecosystems; to be determined during the PPG phase). The project’s objective is to build Kenya’s capacity for combating poaching and illegal wildlife trafficking, through increased capacity and coordination of key law enforcement agencies (for wildlife and general crime) at both national and site level, and support community co-management of wildlife in a landscape approach.Function of Team LeaderFunction as the International PPG Team Leader/GEF Specialist, working in close collaboration with other PPG consultants, with the main goals of producing the overall GEF documentation, with the help of multi-disciplinary teams in each country, assuring the quality and timeliness of the process.Application process Interested and qualified candidates should submit their applications which should include the following:UNDP Personal History Form (P11)Detailed Curriculum VitaeProposal for implementing the assignmentOfferor’s letter to UNDPQualified candidates are requested to email their applications to consultants.ken@undp.org to reach us not later than COB on Thursday, 30 March 2017Please quote “Team Leader-Project Development Specialist” on the subject line.ANNEXESANNEX 1 - TERMS OF REFERENCES (TOR) ANNEX 2 - IC PROPOSAL FORMANNEX 3 - P11 TEMPLATEANNEX 4- OFFEROR’S LETTER TO UNDPANNEX 5 - INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

EOI - Kenya - Junior Consultant for Office of the Special Envoy on Gender - SEOG

 | Published November 25, 2016
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EOI - Kenya - Junior Consultant for East Africa Regional Resource Centre - EARC

 | Published October 25, 2016
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December 31st 2000 January 1st 1991 – December 31st 1995 January 1st 1986 – December 31st 1990 January 1st 1981 – December 31st 1985 January 1st 1976 – December 31st 1980 Before and up to December 31st 1975 Countries* Algeria Angola Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Côte d’Ivoire Democratic Republic of Congo Djibouti Egypt Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Ethiopia Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau Kenya Lesotho Liberia Libya Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique Namibia Niger Nigeria Rwanda São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland Tanzania Togo Tunisia Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe Topics* African Carbon Support Program African Fertilizer Financing Mechanism African Financial Markets Initiative (AFMI) African Financing Partnership African Guarantee Fund for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises African Legal Support Facility African Peer Review 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Goals (MDGs) Multi-Donor Governance Trust Fund Multidonor Water Partnership Program NEPAD NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility (NEPAD-IPFF) Partnerships Poverty Reduction Private Sector Development Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) Quality Assurance & Results Regional Integration Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Initiative Seed Capital Assistance Facility (SCAF) South-South Cooperation Trust Fund Strategic Partnership with Africa Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa Trade Finance Initiative Transport Water Supply & Sanitation Youth Zimbabwe Multi-Donor Trust Fund Enquiry details Quote "The policy is a reaffirmation of the Bank Group’s commitment, to carry out its development activities in an open and transparent manner..." 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LRFP-9121855-2015 CONSULTANCY FOR WASH AND NUTRITION FOR REDUCED STUNTING

United Nations Children's Fund | Published October 26, 2015  -  Deadline November 14, 2015
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Scope of Work Goal and Objective:  Under the supervision of the Regional WASH and Nutrition Advisers, UNICEF Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office (ESARO), the consultant will review best practice in joint WASH-Nutrition programming in order to provide practical programme guidance to country offices in the region. They will also evaluate the donor landscape at global and regional levels and develop appropriate generic funding proposals. Reference to RWP areas covered: This assignment is specified in the RWP deliverable reference 3.1.3.2. Activities and Tasks: The consultant will be expected to: Undertake a thorough review of current global guidance (from UNICEF, the World Bank, USAID, ACF etc.) and tools for WASH-Nutrition joint programming; Consult with UNICEF staff in country offices, regional offices and headquarters to determine what guidance is needed; Review relevant project documentation (plans, reports etc.) to synthesise lessons learnt from joint WASH-Nutrition programming in select countries; Interrogate the programme theory guiding joint interventions and undertake a bottleneck analysis on constraints faced in joint programming, especially from the perspective of country offices in the region; Develop a practical toolkit entailing joint WASH-Nutrition planning, co-ordination, programme design, means of measurement, implementation, M&E and documentation; Undertake a scoping of the donor landscape at global and regional levels to identify potential donors and funding sources for joint WASH-Nutrition programming; Develop generic funding proposals that include key elements of WASH-Nutrition linkages, including a draft results framework (these may be adapted from existing joint funding proposals); and Facilitate a series of workshops and webinars in which consensus is built at CO level on the tools, guidance and proposals developed by the consultant to guide joint programming. Responsibilities:  The consultant will be expected to take the initiative in contacting key sector stakeholders and sourcing appropriate literature as part of the review exercise. They will also be expected to form productive working relationships with key staff in specific country offices. The consultant will travel to Nairobi within one week of contract signing to develop a detailed work plan and discussions with the WASH and Nutrition teams. Monthly performance review and telephone (Skype) updates will be required. Frequent missions to Nairobi will be required for in-depth reviews of progress. Visits to select countries in the region will also be required as advised by the regional advisers.

EOI - Kenya - Junior Consultant to support activities and operations in Regional Integration, Private Sector Development and Operations, and Financial Sector Development and Integration – EARC – 01 2015

 | Published January 28, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK EAST AFRICA RESOURCE CENTRE Khushee Tower Longonot Road, Upperhill P.O. Box 4861-00200 Nairobi, Kenya E-mail: p.mwangi@afdb.org; Telephone: +254 20 299 8231; Fax: 254 20 2712938 Expressions of interest are being requested for a Junior Consultant Position Brief description of the Assignment: The main objectives of the Junior Consultant’s assignments are to support the EARC team in: (i) undertaking analysis for promoting private sector, financial sector development and regional integration, and; (ii) Review and prepare summaries of research, analytical, reports on relevant topical areas, iii) Prepare desk research reports on Bank-led initiatives, collect data, and prepare graphical presentations. Department issuing the request: EARC Place of assignment: Nairobi, Kenya Duration of the assignment: Six Months Tentative Date of commencement: 15 February, 2015 Deadline for applications: February 5th, 2015 Applications to be submitted to: Lilian Nganga, l.nganga@afdb.org, with a copy to Tilahun Temesgen (t.temesgen@afdb.org) Any questions and requests for clarifications may be sent to: Tilahun Temesgen, t.temesgen@afdb.org; Tel: 254 20 299 8283. Detailed Terms of reference for the assignment: I. BACKGROUND The African Development Bank, Eastern Africa Resource Center (EARC) would like to hire a Junior Consultant to support activities and operations in the following areas: Regional Integration, Private Sector Development and Operations, and Financial Sector Development and Integration. The intern will work closely with and report to the Chief Regional Economist, for general and administrative supervision. He/She will, however, also be expected to provide support to various units with thin the EARC including specifically providing support to colleagues working in areas related to regional integration and private sector operations, as well as financial sector development and integration. A. Regional Integration support, Activities in this category will include: 1. Review and prepare summaries of research, analytical, and consultancy reports on relevant topical areas as assigned. 2. Undertake desk research and prepare reports on Bank-led initiatives as assigned 3. Collect data; prepare analysis and graphical presentations, as guided, on related issues. 4. Attend relevant meetings, prepare and distribute minutes of meetings to agreed parties. B. Private Sector and financial sector development and integration: Activities include support in promoting private sector operations, financial sector development and integration linkages, as well as other analytical undertakings in industrial development in the East African region. Specifically: 1. Assist with processing project proposals for financing, including identification, evaluation and appraisal of transactions. 2. Support in developing a pipeline of infrastructure projects by screening ad-hoc funding requests from project sponsors. 3. Attend relevant meetings, prepare and distribute minutes of meetings to agreed parties. 4. Support in data collection and analysis, modelling, research and preparation of literature reviews 5. Provide editorial and presentation assistance in the preparation of reports, summaries, and policy notes as required, II. ASSIGNMENT TYPE 1. The details about the consultant to be recruited are envisaged as follows: Type: Individual Duration: The assignment is expected to commence on or around Mid February 2015 and would last for a total of six months from the date of the start date as specified in the contract. Qualifications and Experience: The consultants who can apply for any of the positions a) Masters degree in Economics, Public Finance, Public Policy or related disciplines from a recognized university b) A minimum of 2 (two) years relevant professional experience related to private sector development, regional integration and investment, investment climate and financial sector development and industrial competitiveness. c) Sound knowledge of socio-economic development issues in Africa, particularly that of Eastern Africa region will be an advantage. d) Knowledge on the Eastern African private sector development and financial sector issues, as demonstrated by prior related assignments, would also be a strong advantage. e) Strong analytical and data collection and modelling skills, experience in capacity building and advisory services in related areas would be a plus, as is a demonstrable experience of analyzing such issues in prior work experience, and educational background Please attach an updated Curriculum vitae (using the model below) 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 :