Position title: African Legal Support Facility – Corporate Secretary Grade: PL3/4 Position N°: NA Reference: ADB/14/001 Publication date: 24/02/2014 Closing date: 16/03/2014 The African Legal Support Facility (“ALSF” or the “Facility”) is an international organization established by Treaty on December 15, 2008. The Facility is temporarily housed at the African Development Bank (“AfDB”) in Tunis, Tunisia. Its membership is open to (a) all AfDB member states; (b) other states; (c) AfDB; and (d) other international organizations or institutions. ALSF’s main objectives include: (i) assisting AfDB’s Regional Member Countries (RMCs) address litigation brought against them by vulture funds (and other such entities); (ii) creating an avenue for AfDB’s RMCs to access technical advice when negotiating complex commercial transactions (especially in the area of infrastructure and natural resources); and (iii) investing in and organizing the training of legal counsel from participating RMCs to equip them with legal expertise necessary to better represent their countries. The institutional structure of the Facility consists of (i) the Governing Council, (ii) the Management Board, and (iii) a Director. The Corporate secretary will be responsible for supporting the Chairpersons of the Management Board and the Governing Council in the organization and management of meetings and other duties which the Director may assign to him or her. Assisting the Chairpersons of the Management Board and the Governing Council in convening meetings and transmitting agenda and documents to the members of the Management Board and the Governing Council, and other duties which the Director may assign to him or her
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Position title: African Legal Support Facility – Chief Legal Counsel Operations Grade: PL3/4 Position N°: NA Reference: ADB/14/002 Publication date: 24/02/2014 Closing date: 16/03/2014 The African Legal Support Facility (“ALSF” or the “Facility”) is an international organization established by Treaty on December 15, 2008. The Facility is temporarily housed at the African Development Bank (“AfDB”) in Tunis, Tunisia. Its membership is open to (a) all AfDB member states; (b) other states; (c) AfDB; and (d) other international organizations or institutions. ALSF’s main objectives include: (i) assisting AfDB’s Regional Member Countries (RMCs) address litigation brought against them by vulture funds (and other such entities); (ii) creating an avenue for AfDB’s RMCs to access technical advice when negotiating complex commercial transactions (especially in the area of infrastructure and natural resources); and (iii) investing in and organizing the training of legal counsel from participating RMCs to equip them with legal expertise necessary to better represent their countries. The institutional structure of the Facility consists of (i) the Governing Council, (ii) the Management Board, and (iii) a Director. The Governing Council is made up of representatives of the Facility’s member states, the Bank, and other international organizations. Its functions include determining and approving policy, appointing the Management Board, authorizing replenishments of resources, and appointing external auditors. The Management Board comprises five (5) persons appointed by the Governing Council and is responsible inter alia for approving the annual budgets and annual work programs, issuing By-laws, rules and regulations, and making decisions necessary to ensure the efficient and effective operations of the Facility, and overseeing the management of the Facility’s Endowment Fund and exercising of such powers as shall be delegated to it by the Governing Council
– Identify large and strategic project opportunities in his region. Then, work closely with the HHS Central team and the region sales team to define the best strategy for winning those projects either directly or in partnership with packagers, construction companies, consultants, suppliers etc..
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Position title: Treasury Officer Grade: PL-6 Position N°: NA Reference: ADB/13/904 Publication date: 01/08/2013 Closing date: 21/08/2013 The organizational unit is the cash Management Unit of Treasury Operations and Banking Relationship Division (FTRY2) of the Treasury Department.
Position title: Senior Legal Counsel (Public Sector) – GECL.1 Grade: PL-5 Position N°: 50071281 Reference: ADB/13/105 Publication date: 18/07/2013 Closing date: 10/08/2013 The principal objective of the Legal Services Department (GECL) is to protect the interests of the Bank. In this connection, the Department provides legal services required by the entities constituting the Bank Group, and ensures that the Bank Group’s activities and operations are consistent with its constitutive documents and other applicable legal texts, as well as applicable law. The main activities of the Division is to provide legal support, advice, and services in connection with public sector transactions, projects and programs financed by the African Development Bank (ADB), the African Development Fund (ADF) and other special vehicles such as trust funds and special funds (Together the “Bank Group”)
Position title: Principal Legal Counsel (Private Sector Operations) – GECL.2 Grade: PL- 4 Position N°: 50062600 Reference: ADB/13/104 Publication date: 08/07/2013 Closing date: 25/07/2013 General Counsel and Legal Services Department (GECL) : GECL provides legal services to the statutory organs of the Bank and the Fund. In addition, GECL provides legal advice on the administration, operations and financial activities of the Bank. GECL also ensures that the activities and operations of the Bank are consistent with the constitutive documents and other legal instruments of the Bank, its policies, the relevant norms and principles of international and commercial law, and the best practices of development finance institutions. Private Sector Division (GECL2) : The Private Sector Division’s advises on private sector transactions and other initiatives mostly originated by the Bank’s private sector operations department (OPSM). Most of the transactions include non-sovereign loans, guarantees, project finance, syndicated loans, equity participations and trade finance. Under the direct supervision of the Division Manager, Private Sector Operations (GECL.2), the incumbent will be responsible for the following activities in connection with the Private Sector activities of the Bank: Conducting legal due diligence on proposed transactions such as the review of project documents and agreements (including development or construction contracts, supplier agreements, concession agreements, joint venture agreements, management agreements and shareholders’ agreements etc), constitutive documents of proposed borrowers/investee funds and review of local regulatory requirements; Liaising and collaborating with staff in the private sector operations, finance and environmental and social departments to develop the appropriate terms and conditions of each transaction, ensuring compliance with Bank’s policies; Participating in project appraisal missions and reviewing project concept notes, project appraisal reports, drafting board resolutions; Drafting and/or reviewing, negotiating and finalising all legal documentation relevant to the proposed transaction, including term sheets, loan agreements, lines of credit agreements, common terms agreements, guarantee agreements, participation agreements, inter-creditor agreements, security documentation, assignment agreements and information memoranda etc, depending on the nature of the project and the type of financing; Advising on transaction structure and documentation for private equity investments by the Bank to ensure compliance with Bank policies and practice as well as applicable laws including drafting and/or reviewing shareholders agreements, partnership agreements, management agreements, co-investment agreements, subscription agreements etc Providing legal support for the implementation and monitoring of projects after signing and disbursement, including advising on waiver requests, approval requests and project work-outs; Liaising with co-lenders/investors, partners and external counsel as and when needed; and Undertaking such other assignments as required in furtherance of the Department’s mandate
Position title: Senior Human Resources Advisor Grade: PL-1 Position N°: NA Reference: ADB/13/081 Publication date: 31/05/2013 Closing date: 20/06/2013 The African Development Bank’s operations and staff are rapidly growing. The continuing decentralization agenda has ensured proximity to customers in thirty (30) African countries. The Human Resources Department is responsible for developing and implementing professional, effective and efficient Human Resources (HR) service to the Bank’s various organizational units.
Reports to: Finance Manager, Ghana and International Tax Manager Supervises: Tax Team (including a tax accountant and assistant tax accountant) Job purpose: To play a lead role in the management, co-ordination and integration of all tax related matters and activities within, and connected to, the Ghana Business Unit.
Position title: Division Manager– Human Resources Employee Relations & Welfare Grade: PL-2 Position N°: NA Reference: ADB/13/073 Publication date: 10/05/2013 Closing date: 24/05/2013 Reporting to the Human Resources Director the HR Employee Relations Manager manages a range of HR policies that affect people at work. The Manager is responsible for creating a fair, respectful, diverse and high performance culture enabling people to contribute their best. The Manager develops, delivers and maintains a business focused employee relations strategy that meets the needs of all Bank Staff. Working closely with internal mechanisms, with the wider Human Resources community and with clients to deliver a fair, consistent ER service, both minimising legal and reputational risks to the Bank. The Division supports the Bank with respect to the following: Development and administration of policies and procedures