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Subsea Supervisor – Ghana

Subsea Supervisor (Permanent) Ref:OG1433254 Salary:$100,000 basic salary, offshore allowance, pension and healthcare Location:Ghana Division:Subsea jobs Step 1 A better job application in two simple stepsIt appears you’re not logged in to LinkedIn currently. We need you to log in with LinkedIn in order to complete your application. It’s really simple and shouldn’t take too long

Chief Economist – North Africa1

Position title: Chief Economist – North Africa1 Grade: PL-3 Position N°: NA Reference: ADB/13/084 Publication date: 07/06/2013 Closing date: 21/06/2013 The Regional Departments of the Bank are responsible for the coordination of all programming activities to ensure regional and country focus in Bank Group operations. They serve as the focal point for Bank Group operations in regional member countries (RMCs) and are also responsible for the continued enhancement of the Bank’s visibility and operations effectiveness at country and regional levels

Chief Cooperation Officer

Position title: Chief Cooperation Officer Grade: PL-3 Position N°: 50070526 Reference: ADB/13/083 Publication date: 04/06/2013 Closing date: 24/06/2013 The African Development Bank is the leading development institution in Africa.  The Partnerships and Cooperation Unit is mandated to identify, initiate, build, maintain, monitor and evaluate partnerships and cooperation with strategic partner institutions for the Bank.  The Unit plays a key role in analyzing the global and regional aid architecture for Africa’s development, thereby identifying new opportunities for cooperation and partnerships.  The Unit mobilizes non-statutory financial and technical resources that can be best deployed for the socio-economic development of 53 regional member countries in Africa.  The Unit manages Trust Funds, technical cooperation and business opportunities seminars in collaboration with among others bilateral donor countries, emerging donors, multilateral agencies including the World Bank, the European Commission, UN agencies, Arab Funds, African Union/NEPAD, knowledge institutions and Private Foundations.  The Unit also coordinates and mobilizes co-financing of the Bank’s projects with international and regional co-financiers. The Chief Cooperation Officer will perform the following duties, among others: Establishes and promotes cooperative relations including co-financing arrangements between the Bank and bilateral as well as multilateral donors through: formulating and implementing partnerships development strategies to expand and deepen the Bank-wide partnerships and cooperation with key development partners in both public and private sectors mobilizing resources from multilateral/bilateral development institutions, , bilateral donors and private sector institutions to complement the Bank Group’s operations; mobilizing, managing, monitoring and evaluating bilateral and multi-donor thematic Trust Funds mobilizing technical assistance from donor agencies, monitor the performance and evaluating the impact/results of TAs/secondees dispatched to the Bank in various technical departments; Manages, maintains and coordinates cooperation agreements/arrangements by: Initiating and participating in consultation meetings between the Bank and partners , as well as preparing the summary records of these meetings Participating in missions related to resource mobilization, aid coordination and international conferences and preparing the requisite documents for the missions Communicating pipeline of projects/studies/CSPs/Portfolio reviews and other documents agreed for exchange to external partners and negotiating/facilitating funding and/or co-financing Proposing the Bank’s strategy on Trust Funds and initiatives with partners; Monitors implementation of terms and conditions of cooperation agreements/programs through: Follow-up of execution of decisions and recommendations made at joint annual and bi-annual consultations Ensuring and verifying adherence to provisions/conditions of agreements; Manages and facilitates compilation and flow of information and data related to Trust Fund and partnerships by: Providing to Departments/Units of the Bank information on cooperation/ as well as on rules and procedures of donor funds Preparing briefs and status reports transmitted to the Bank Management and to the collaborative institutions Participating in the preparation of policy related documents to the Board; Including desirable skills, knowledge and experience At least a Master’s degree (or its university equivalent) in International Development, Economics, Social Sciences or related disciplines; Preferably a minimum of seven (7) years of highly relevant professional experiences in partnerships management, internationally and in Africa, with deep knowledge of development issues and dynamics in Africa; Proven ability in negotiating partnerships arrangements of complex nature with public and private institutions; Strong understanding and grasp of partnerships trends as well as partnerships management issues, in particular for development in Africa, as well as professional ability to build partnerships and deliver services that meet both immediate needs and long-term interest of clients within and outside the institution; Strong and proven ability to build and lead motivated and committed teams across functional boundaries; Innovative ability to identify and forge creative partnerships given the dynamic nature of Bank’s operations; Excellent writing and verbal communications skills in English and/or French, with a working knowledge of the other; Strong and proven ability to produce high quality work within the very tight deadlines; Competence in the use of Bank standard software (World, Excel, PowerPoint and SAP). Chief Cooperation Officer  (92 KB) Apply for this position To apply for this position, you need to be national of one of AfDB member countries

Completions Field Engineer – Ghana

Completions Field Engineer (Permanent) Ref:OG1432869 Salary:$60,000 basic salary, offshore allowance, pension and healthcare Location:Ghana Division:Subsea jobs Step 1 A better job application in two simple stepsIt appears you’re not logged in to LinkedIn currently. We need you to log in with LinkedIn in order to complete your application. It’s really simple and shouldn’t take too long.

British High Commission Recruiting in Ghana

Posted: May 2, 2013 The British High Commission invites applications for the position of Regional Learning & Development Officer (Grade – LEII) part of the Regional L&D Team, based in Accra (one year fixed term contract) The successful candidate   will provide a professional and proactive learning and development service to the organisation, ensuring that all staff in the region receive formal and informal learning and development support to allow them to achieve and exceed individual and team targets. In addition, they will conduct learning needs analysis; evaluate the effectiveness of learning activities; and will be involved in the design, development and delivery of training materials to meet regional learning and development needs

TCP Field Engineer – Ghana

TCP Field Engineer (Permanent) Ref:OG1432622 Salary:$70,000 basic salary, offshore allowance, pension and healthcare Location:Ghana Division:Subsea jobs Step 1 A better job application in two simple stepsIt appears you’re not logged in to LinkedIn currently. We need you to log in with LinkedIn in order to complete your application. It’s really simple and shouldn’t take too long.

British High Commission Ghana Recruiting

Job Description The British High Commission invites applications for the position of Regional Learning & Development Officer (Grade – LEII) part of the Regional L&D Team, based in Accra (one year fixed term contract) The successful candidate   will provide a professional and proactive learning and development service to the organisation, ensuring that all staff in the region receive formal and informal learning and development support to allow them to achieve and exceed individual and team targets.

Drilling Engineering Supervisor – Ghana

A new operator is looking for a deepwater drilling engineering supervisor to join their team on a 28/28 rotational basis in Accra, Ghana and relevant candidates will be interviewed immediately. General Responsibilities Responsible for Well Engineering operational improvement in Ghana Deepwater Ensures EHS requirements are integral to all aspects of well operations.

Christian Aid Job Vacancies Accra Ghana Last Date 6th Feb.2013

Christian Aid Job Vacancies Accra Ghana Last Date 6th Feb.2013 JOB SUMMARY Company     Christian Aid Industry     NGO Category     Policy/Monito… Location     Accra Job Status     Full-time Salary     GH¢ Education     University de… Experience     5 years Job Expires     06 Feb, 2013 Company Profile Christian Aid is the official relief, development and advocacy agency of 41 sponsoring churches in Britain and Ireland and is part of the world-wide church community.

Chief Financial Sector Specialist – NEPAD Regional Integration and Trade Department

Position title: Chief Financial Sector Specialist – NEPAD Regional Integration and Trade Department Grade: PL3 Position N°: SAP 50001147 Reference: ADB/13/11 Publication date: 18/01/2013 Closing date: 05/02/2013 The objective of the NEPAD, Regional Integration and Trade Department is to implement the Regional Integration agenda of the African Development Bank through activities that support (i) Regional Infrastructures – formulation and review of strategic frameworks, support to development corridors, regional projects preparation and investment; (ii) Institutional Capacity Building – rationalization of Regional Economic Communities (RECs), strengthening of regional and national institutions, trade facilitation and (iii) Partnerships and Cross-Cutting Issues – aid for trade, regional financial integration. Regional Integration is a core operational priority of the Bank’s draft Long Term Strategy (2013-2022). As part of the strategy, the Bank is expected to play a leading role in fostering the integration of Africa’s economies to create larger, more attractive markets and to support intra-African trade