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EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR , Zambia

VACANCY – EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

The Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage Trust (CWOT) in northern Zambia is one of the oldest and largest chimpanzee sanctuaries in the world. It is home to almost 150 chimpanzees on more than 4,200 Ha (10,000 acres) of wooded land on the banks of the Upper Kafue River in the Copperbelt region.
Our mission is to provide refuge and exemplary care to chimpanzees in need and offer life-long care for chimpanzees taken in.
Furthermore, Chimfunshi aims to preserve and develop its land and conservation area within the framework of a holistic concept. This involves the protection of the indigenous environment as well as the protection and conservation of our local wildlife. Support and development of the local community, including child & adult education and dedicated education for sustainable development over all age groups, employee career development; and health care to Chimfunshi’s employees, their families and the local community is a lived part of the holistic concept too.
The Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage Trust (CWOT) seeks to recruit very dynamic self-driven professional, suitably qualified, experienced and competent to fill the position below.

Position: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Key Basic Functions: The Executive Director (ED) is responsible for establishing and executing major goals and objectives for CWOT. The ED implements policies established by the Board of Trustees, provides leadership, direction and evaluation of the organization’s activities, and directs the day-to-day operations. The ED is responsible for CWOT financial management, public relations and personnel management and serves as a liaison with other organizations. S/he represents the organization to regulatory bodies, other agencies, community and civic organizations, donors, funders, supporters and the general public. The duties may be delegated to appropriate members of the staff, but the Executive Director will retain accountability for their accomplishment.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

a) Spearheading planning, policy formation and continuous development of the organization to achieve sustainability & viability of the Trust as well as ensuring that key performance indicators are consistently met in accordance with the business and operational objectives of CWOT
b) Provision of vision and leadership to create or update strategic plans in collaboration with the Board of Trustees and to ensure the implementation of strategic plans
c) Responsibility for the mobilization of resources required for the implementation of the CWOT’s strategic plans
d) Leading, motivating and evaluating other management staff to manage daily operations
e) Provision of leadership in maintaining the efficiency, effectiveness and good governance of CWOT, ensuring adequate operational, financial and administrative functions of the Trust.
f) Responsibility for maintaining the visibility of the Trust and representing the organization to regulatory bodies, other agencies, community and civic organizations, donors, funders, supporters and the general public
g) Cultivating and maintaining strategic partnerships with other conservation and animal protection organizations and agencies worldwide, as well as relationships with sanctuary leaders, donors, and foundation representatives

Minimum Academic Qualifications: Master’s degree in either Natural Resource / Wildlife Management; or Business Administration; or Tourism; or Marketing; or Law; or any other course closely related to any of the above disciplines from a recognized University/Institution. A qualification in project management would be an added advantage. Excellent written and oral communication skills; effective public speaker and presenter.

Personal Specifications & Experience: Mission directed, results-driven and achievement oriented, dynamic, visionary, proactive with good sense of judgment / discernment. At least five years’ experience preferably with an NGO at senior management level and in wildlife management and/or natural resources management. Candidates should be able to demonstrate good track record in turning around organization image and performance into a competitive and vibrant institution able to command the respect of stakeholders through innovation, change management and systems building. Strong technology skills; experience leading a data-driven approach to development. Proficiency in MS Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint) and CRM project management tools.
A passion for the mission and purpose of CWOT.

Desired Skills & competencies: Project development and management, administrative, strategic planning, negotiation, lobbying, proven track record of researching funders and writing successful grant proposals (with evidence of having successfully fundraised for at least 2 programs/projects), knowledge of fundraising best practices, as well as interpersonal, fundraising, leadership and team building skills.

LOCATION: Position is based at Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage, our sanctuary in Zambia/Copperbelt region, near Chingola.

Interested candidates please send a detailed CV, copies of your academic testimonials, names and addresses of two referees and a letter describing your interest to: louis@chimfunshi.de

Deadline for expressions of interest: Monday 22 November

Special job

Expiring: Dec 04, 2021

Senior Global Fund TB Advisor , Cameroon

SUSTAINING TECHNICAL AND ANALYTIC RESOURCES

FELLOWSHIP TITLE: Senior Global Fund TB Advisor
HOST ORGANIZATION: National TB Program, Ministry of Public Health
LOCATION: Yaoundé, Cameroon
POSITION LEVEL: Senior Technical Advisor
DURATION: 12 months
STAR-P4-166
TRAVEL: 20% estimated travel

STAR PROGRAM DESCRIPTION
Sustaining Technical and Analytic Resources (STAR) is a USAID-supported Global Health talent hub, offering paid fellowships and internships at all career levels. STAR provides participants with immersive experiences at global health organizations and institutions to build capacity and contribute technical expertise to address high-impact needs. STAR Fellows and Interns participate in learning activities to enhance knowledge and skills growth, expand professional networks and support career development. STAR is a project of the Public Health Institute (PHI), implemented in partnership with the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) and the Aspen Management Partnership for Health (AMP Health). https://www.ghstar.org/ Sign up with our listserv.

ABOUT THE FELLOWSHIP

The STAR Fellowship is a global health and learning opportunity with:
- Individualized, tailored support to enhance the fellow’s achievement personal and professional goals.
- Personalized learning plans and access to learning resources (courses, conferences, mentoring) based on fellow’s learning style and preferences.
- Access to broad professional networks to enhance peer learning and knowledge sharing.

FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITY DESCRIPTION

Background:
USAID is a leader in the global fight against tuberculosis (TB) and supports anti-TB efforts in high burden TB countries. STAR Fellowship is a key component of the USAID Administrator's TB Accelerator initiative that aims to reach the UN General Assembly TB Declaration targets as well as to build the capacity and commitment of the host governments to ensure TB self-reliance through evidence-based TB programs.

Introduction:
The Senior Global Fund TB Advisor (Senior Advisor) shall provide state-of-the-art technical expertise to National Tuberculosis Programs (NTP) to facilitate the TB National Strategic Plan and Global Fund grant implementation with a focus on case notification and detection as well as HIV/TB coinfection management.

Reporting structure:
The Senior Advisor will be based at the National TB Program, Ministry of Public Health in Yaoundé, Cameroon and will work in close collaboration with the USAID/Cameroon and USAID/Washington TB Team. The Senior Advisor will work closely with and receive technical direction from the NTP Permanent Secretary or his designee, who will serve as their Point of Contact.

Essential Duties and Outcomes:

Strengthen TB case finding and laboratory systems:
- Conduct a situational analysis for TB case finding.
- Develop an action plan and standard procedures to strengthen and harmonize TB case finding in health facilities and supporting its implementation. The plan and tools should cover the - following elements: TB triage, screening, diagnosis in health facilities, detection/ notification of TB in community settings, and testing for TB in other key populations (UD, MSM, TS), as well as scheduling based on data collected at the peripheral level.
- Conduct Situational analysis taking into account the results of studies coordinated by CAMNAFAW.
- Develop an action plan to help the NTP reach key populations, including people living with HIV.
- Strengthen TB Diagnosis by: assisting the development of diagnostic algorithms; helping to revise the TB Diagnostic Guide; and advising on approaches and strategies for using mobile radio devices in TB case finding.
- Support the NTP PMDT officer(s) to accelerate PMDT activities financed by Global Fund.

Improve the diagnosis and treatment for HIV/TB co-infection:
- Under the direction of the NTP, help improve the capacities of partners working at the level of basic health services to provide TB prevention, diagnosis and treatment services.
- Collaborate with all major actors in the health system to support the setup of a functional laboratory network for the molecular diagnosis of TB, including quality assurance and sample transport system, with a focus on the TB diagnosis activities.
- Collaborate with all actors in the system to strengthen the Tuberculosis data collection and transmission system, including electronic individual data with its integration into DHIS2, and the use of these data for decision making at all levels.

Strengthen implementation of activities funded by Global Fund:
- Provide guidance in developing quarterly and annual programmatic narrative reports and organizing regular (at least quarterly) partner meetings.
- Through field visits, review and analyze GF grant data and performance reports submitted to the GF and other partners, identify any issues that may lead to disbursement delays and suggest appropriate solutions.
- Support the organization of regular discussions between the GF country team, Programme National de Lutte contre la Tuberculose (PNLT), USAID, WHO, and other country stakeholders to ensure alignment of technical approaches in the respective TB portfolios.
- Provide technical assistance (TA) to develop and update national policies, guidelines, technical directives, and the regulatory framework to ensure timely adoption of the latest WHO recommendations (e.g., MDR-TB Treatment, Contact Tracing, LTBI Diagnosis and Treatment).
- Facilitate consultative processes among all stakeholders and solicit feedback from partners and policy beneficiaries for continuous monitoring and evaluation of the TB National Strategic Plan.
- Help the NTP to map out implementation processes and suggest ways to translate policy guidelines into operational SOPs.

Anticipated learning outcomes: approximate 10% time:
- Cultivate mentorship skills based on the STAR GH mentorship curriculum to more effectively support and improve knowledge transfer and skills acquisition of staff, incoming fellows and interns.
- Advance leadership skills to successful support capacity building and knowledge sharing activities, and mentor junior staff.
- Apply leadership skills and technical expertise to support programmatic growth and scale up within TB programming.

FELLOWSHIP REQUIREMENTS

Required:
- Minimum 13 years of relevant technical experience with master's degree in Public Health, Medicine, Medical Laboratory Sciences, Microbiology, or relevant field or a minimum 15 years of relevant technical experience with bachelor's degree.
- Experience in strengthening diagnostic networks including supporting elements, such as specimen transport, biosafety, supervision, mentorship and quality assurance desired.
- Knowledge of active case finding, mycobacteriology laboratory work, and TB diagnostics.
- Experience with USAID projects is an advantage.
- Experience in conducting training and capacity building.
- International experience in assisting TB programs in other countries in Sub-Saharan Africa.
- Experience working with the key stakeholders in TB program, preferably the national stakeholders and international donors.
- French and English are required.

TO APPLY:
All applicants are required to apply for this position through STAR’s online recruitment system at https://www.ghstar.org/, which allows you to store your CV/resume and separate cover letter describing your qualifications and experience, interest and familiarity with issues relating to this position, and how this position relates to your career goals is required for each application. All online applications must be submitted by December 7, 2021 by 5:00 pm Eastern time.

Expiring: Jan 14, 2022

Senior Tuberculosis and Global Fund Grant Advisor , Sierra Leone

SUSTAINING TECHNICAL AND ANALYTIC RESOURCES

FELLOWSHIP TITLE: Senior Tuberculosis and Global Fund Grant Advisor
HOST ORGANIZATION: Ministry of Health and Sanitation, National Leprosy and TB Program Office
LOCATION: Freetown, Sierra Leone
POSITION LEVEL: Senior Technical Advisor
STAR-P4-167
TRAVEL: 35% estimated travel

STAR PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Sustaining Technical and Analytic Resources (STAR) is a USAID-supported Global Health talent hub, offering paid fellowships and internships at all career levels. STAR provides participants with immersive experiences at global health organizations and institutions to build capacity and contribute technical expertise to address high-impact needs. STAR Fellows and Interns participate in learning activities to enhance knowledge and skills growth, expand professional networks and support career development. STAR is a project of the Public Health Institute (PHI), implemented in partnership with the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) and the Aspen Management Partnership for Health (AMP Health). https://www.ghstar.org/ Sign up with our listserv.

ABOUT THE FELLOWSHIP

The STAR Fellowship is a global health and learning opportunity with:
- Individualized, tailored support to enhance the fellow’s achievement personal and professional goals
- Personalized learning plans and access to learning resources (courses, conferences, mentoring) based on fellow’s learning style and preferences.
- Access to broad professional networks to enhance peer learning and knowledge sharing.

FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITY DESCRIPTION

Background:
USAID is a leader in the global fight against tuberculosis (TB) and supports anti-TB efforts in high burden TB countries. STAR Fellowship is a key component of the USAID Administrator's TB Accelerator initiative that aims to reach the UN General Assembly TB Declaration targets as well as to build the capacity and commitment of the host governments to ensure TB self-reliance through evidence-based TB programs.

Introduction:
The Senior Tuberculosis and Global Fund Grant Advisor (Senior Advisor) shall provide state-of-the-art technical expertise to improve capacity of the National Leprosy and TB Program (NLTP) to effectively implement Global Fund (GF) grants as well as support NLTP in the implementation and scale up of TB, M/XDR-TB activities in Sierra Leone. The Senior Advisor will identify programmatic bottlenecks and facilitate solutions through coordinated technical assistance and assist the USAID mission in Sierra Leone to identify other technical assistance needs in the National TB Control program.

Reporting structure:
The Senior Advisor will work in close collaboration with the USAID/Sierra Leone and USAID/Washington TB Team and will receive technical direction from the NLTP Manager, who will serve as their Point of Contact.

Essential Duties and Outcomes:
- Improve technical support to NLTP in the implementation of GF Grant and the TB National Strategic Plan (NSP):
- Provide high level technical assistance (TA) to develop and critically review the GF grant annual work plan and budgets, with particular emphasis on any needs for reprogramming to meet GF targets.
- Consult with existing stakeholders on needed TA to effectively implement the TB GF grant.
- Guide overall TB/HIV programming including funding requests, grant-making, reprogramming, monitoring, and reporting.
- Support the progress monitoring of grant implementation through field visits.
- Review and analyze performance reports submitted to the GF and other partners.
- Proactively identify and contribute to the resolution of any issues that may lead to disbursement delays and support follow-up actions on grant conditions/Conditions Precedents.
- Coordinate with NLTP Senior M&E Advisor to implement monitoring tools and dashboards for reaching programmatic indicators, including routine analysis of performance (GF, WHO and national indicators).
- Guide the NLTP in the development of monitoring tools and dashboards for reaching programmatic indicators (GF, WHO and national indicators).
- Monitor and analyze the implementation of GF grants programmatic activities and financial utilization against signed grant, and request modifications with NLTP as needed.
- Provide support in coordinating regular discussions among the GF, NLTP, and USAID to ensure alignment of technical approaches in the respective TB portfolios.

Increase support to NLTP in the implementation and scale up of priority TB prevention, diagnosis and treatment activities:
- Provide continuous, in-country day-to-day support to Sierra Leone’s NLTP on implementation of key interventions as outlined in the TB National Strategic Plan.
- Support the NLTP to develop national plans, policies and guidelines related to TB prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
- Support the NLTP Procurement and Supply Management Team to ensure effective supply chain management for TB commodities.
- Guide the NLTP in providing technical support to County Health Departments for the implementation of novel interventions for TB elimination.
- Support NLTP with the development of key interventions related to USAID Global TB Accelerator and in line with Sierra Leone TB Annual Roadmap.
- Guide the NLTP with the scale up of GeneXpert (GX) and other rapid TB tests in the country; assist with gap analysis, development of scale up plans and actions; advise NLTP on novel tools and approaches related to laboratory practices and support improved coordination between clinical and laboratory services to ensure a patient-centered approach.
- Support NLTP to introduce and achieve rapid uptake of novel tools and approaches aimed at improving quality of TB and DR-TB care, ensuring support to patients and families, addressing barriers to care.
- Through collaboration with NLTP and USAID mission identify programmatic gaps which may require additional technical assistance.
- Guide the development of the term of reference (ToR) for additional technical assistance as needed based on identified programmatic gaps.
- Support the development of quarterly and annual programmatic narrative reports.

Enhance coordination and liaison with USAID, GF and other donors and international partners on planning and provision of needed TA:
- Participate in regular communication with the GF Principal Recipients, the GF secretariat, WHO and USAID.
- Provide technical support for development and implementation of Tuberculosis Implementation Framework Agreement/TB Commitment Grants (TIFA/TCG) grants including concept note development.
- Participate in the GF, WHO and USAID monitoring and evaluation activities including program reviews and assessments.
- Advise the NLTP and partners on optimization and/or coordination of donor support and technical assistance (from USAID, TGF, etc.) to enhance effectiveness and value for money.
- Support the NLTP to liaise with domestic and international partners.
- Assist the NLTP to organize regular (at least quarterly) partners meetings.
- Assist the NLTP to coordinate and monitor TB implementing partner performance.

Build capacity of National Reference Lab staff to improve lab services:
- Strengthen the MOHS’ National TB Reference Laboratory to provide quality assurance and quality control for TB diagnostics across the laboratory network, including equipment operation and maintenance.
- Support the capacity building of National and District Health Offices in management of laboratory services, particularly through quality assurance and diagnostics.
- In coordination with NLTP, conduct on-the-job training visits to district level, including for equipment operation and maintenance.
- Mentor the National TB Reference Laboratory Technical Officers, ensuring an environment of technical quality and innovation.

Anticipated learning outcomes: approximate 10% time
- Cultivate mentorship skills based on the STAR GH mentorship curriculum to more effectively support and improve knowledge transfer and skills acquisition of staff, incoming fellows and interns.
- Advance leadership skills to successful support capacity building and knowledge sharing activities, and mentor develop junior staff.
- Apply leadership skills and technical expertise to support programmatic growth and scale up within TB programming.

FELLOWSHIP REQUIREMENTS

Required:
- Advanced degree (Masters, PhD, or MD) in a health-related field required.
- Minimum 13 years of relevant technical experience with master's degree or a minimum of 15 years of relevant technical experience with bachelor's degree.
- At least ten years of progressively responsible experience in designing, implementing and managing TB in developing countries, with a preference given to candidates with African experience.
- Demonstrated technical leadership, program management, strategic planning, policy experience and problem-solving skills working on complex projects in a highly sensitive environment.
- A minimum of 5 years of relevant TB laboratory and TB control experience, preferably at the national level.
- At least five years of experience with or good knowledge of Global Fund operating procedures and financial management processes (proposal development and submission, monitoring and evaluation, PSM plan and reporting).
- Demonstrated experience and skills in donor coordination and collaboration and working effectively with a broad range of Sierra Leone and USG personnel and partners.
- Ability to work both independently and in a team environment to achieve consensus on policy, program and administrative matters.
- Ability to work effectively in a team environment and communicate information to both health and non-health audiences, and achieve consensus on policy, project, research, and administrative matters.
- Proven ability to communicate quickly, clearly and concisely – both orally and in writing - in English.
- Excellent verbal communication skills, tact and diplomacy.
- Excellent computer skills (MS Word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook, Access, SPSS and other statistical and other relevant software).

Additional skills (preferred):
Experience with USAID-funded public health programs.

TO APPLY:
All applicants are required to apply for this position through STAR’s online recruitment system at https://www.ghstar.org/, which allows you to store your CV/resume and separate cover letter describing your qualifications and experience, interest and familiarity with issues relating to this position, and how this position relates to your career goals is required for each application. The position will remain open until filled.

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Are you interested in becoming a Senior Tuberculosis and Global Fund Grant Advisor in Sierra Leone? Apply now at the top or bottom of our page.

Note: This is a job advertisement, applications will be forwarded to the employer for selection. JobnetAfrica believes all applicants should get feedback, good or bad, but are not further involved in the recruitment for this particular vacancy.

Expiring: Jan 14, 2022

Non-Executive Director in Ghana , Ghana

For our client, an energetic, ambitious and innovative company in the cocoa industry in West Africa, we are looking for a Non-Executive Director to support its growth and goals.
In this role you can make a positive impact in strengthening the income of cocoa smallholders in rural areas, by working flexible hours/days and remotely.

Tasks and responsibilities
• Engages in cocoa networking events
• Networks with COCOBOD executives and top officials at MofA
• Follows news on the cocoa industry via different channels (LinkedIn, mail, radio, news(paper), personal network

The ideal candidate
• Experienced professional, with a background at top LBC, COCOBOD, or Ministry of Agriculture.
• Managing Director / Head of Department / Senior Advisor / Board member
• Strong network at MofA and/or COCOBOD required
• Previous success with implementing policies to improve the livelihood of smallholders
• Interested in environments with a social goal
• Strong networker
• Gets energy from innovative projects and new ideas and projects
• Supportive advisor who is eager to grow together with the company
• Makes decisions backed by data
• People person – Bright – innovative

The offer
• Flexible working hours
• Ability to work remote – mainly from Accra with visits to Kumasi (twice a month)
• Access to conferences, other networking event, and trainings/workshops
• Decent remuneration
• Opportunity to form the Board of Directors

Are you interested in becoming a Non-Executive Director in Ghana? Apply now at the top or bottom of our page.

Expiring: Jan 13, 2022

Technical Project Manager in Burkina Faso , Burkina Faso

For our client active in the food processing market, we are actively looking for a Technical Project Manager in Burkina Faso. In this role you are the person responsible for the actual construction of the factory.

• You assure the smooth handling of the technical components of the construction
• You plan the use of funds, material and human resources for the selected projects
• You draw up a timetable of activities
• You produce a communication plan for each project
• You produce periodic reports on the technical progress of projects for the General Management
• You draw up the specifications for service providers and validate the terms of contract
• You draft and monitor partnership agreements
• You ensure an appropriate spending of the financial means
• You ensure the day-to-day administration of the projects
• You organise and lead working group meetings and produce documents

YOUR COMPETENCIES:
• Diploma in Project Management, Civil / Building / HVAC / Process Engineering or equivalent: Bac + 4/5 or equivalent level
• Experience in constructing agri-food plants meeting the highest standards
• Ability to work on different projects
• You are business fluent in French and have good communicational skills in English
• You have worked in partnership with a wide range of institutional actors
• You have a goal- and solution-orientated way of working
• You are organised, structured, methodical and rigorous
• You have a good understanding of budgetary, accounting and fiscal rules
• You have good knowledge of statutory and public procurement rules
• You have excellent listening and coaching skills as well as the ability to share administrative requirements
• You have experience in West Africa, ideally in Burkina Faso

Are you interested in becoming a Technical Project Manager in Burkina Faso? Apply now at the top or bottom of our page.

Expiring: Dec 31, 2021

World Bank Treasury Summer Internship (Paid) , United States

All prospective applicants are strongly encouraged to read the resources on the World Bank Treasury Student Careers Portal before applying: http://treasury.worldbank.org/studentcareers.

With us, you will not just work in financial markets: you will help create new ones.

The Treasury Summer Internship Program is a junior professional training program designed to develop the skills necessary to have an exciting and rewarding career in the financial industry. The Program aims to bring exceptional college students, who possess a demonstrated interest in a financial career, to support the World Bank’s development mandate. The internship lays the foundation to become a Junior Analyst, a two-year position on one Treasury team, immediately after the intern graduates from their degree program. Interns are expected to be in their second to final year in the equivalent of a four-year college degree program. Hear directly from past interns and current junior analysts at the World Bank Treasury’s Student & Graduate Careers portal: treasury.worldbank.org/student careers.

The World Bank Group

The World Bank Treasury is one of the few places where you can be on the leading edge of finance as it sits at the only nexus of finance, innovation, and international development. We manage the institution's finances to enable all World Bank operations and lending. Each year, we issue over $50 billion in bonds, prudently manage over $180 billion in assets, and process over $7 trillion in transactions. You can learn more at treasury.worldbank.org. The World Bank Group is one of the largest sources of funding and knowledge for developing countries; a unique global partnership of five institutions dedicated to ending extreme poverty, increasing shared prosperity, and promoting sustainable development. With 189 member countries and more than 120 offices worldwide, we work with public and private sector partners, investing in groundbreaking projects and using data, research, and technology to develop solutions to the most urgent global challenges. For more information, visit worldbank.org.

About the internship

Treasury Summer Interns will work full-time for ten weeks from May 31 through August 16, 2022, in Washington, DC. Interns receive a custom onboarding program in the first week before beginning three three-week rotations across Treasury teams. Throughout the summer, interns participate in weekly discussions with the program director and attend a career perspectives speaker series to hear from various Treasury officers, managers, and directors. Interns have access to the nearly 300-employee Treasury, including meetings with the Vice President & Treasurer. Interns complete the internship by presenting their work in a capstone project to the entire management team.

Internship Calendar

Onboarding Week: May 31 – June 3
Rotation 1: June 6 – June 24
Rotation 2: June 27 – July 20
Rotation 3: July 21 – August 10
Break: August 11-12 & 15
Capstone Presentation: August 16

Interns join on a short-term temporary contract and are paid between $18.10 and $23.10 per hour, depending on HR rules, and will work in the Washington, DC Office, if the World Bank’s operating status permits. However, the entire internship may be hosted remotely on Washington, DC time. Each intern will be shipped a World Bank-issued laptop before the start of the internship. If required, the World Bank sponsors the appropriate visa for an incoming intern to work in the United States.

Internship teams and work programs

The program will hire up to 14 interns across Treasury’s 14 teams this summer, and each intern will have a different rotation schedule to create a different experience. Treasury has three departments and a compliance & controls team. It’s highly encouraged for applicants to read more about our organization and its 14 teams. Each team has an intern mentor and coordinator to supervise and support their work. Interns will be responsible for specific individual tasks or projects in one of Treasury’s departments, and, depending on interest and skills, will perform some or all the following:

Asset Management: Create daily market reports, shadow portfolio managers to understand asset management best practices, and work on Bloomberg terminal with asset managers.
Client Advisory: Support the engagement managerspractices through RAMP, Reserve Advisory & Management Partnership, which has over $25 billion of assets under management. Support the branding and marketing of products to central banks, international financial institutions, pension funds and sovereign wealth funds.
Compliance & Risk Management: Work on one of the fastest-growing sectors of the financial industry through understanding operational risk, business continuity, trade compliance and conflicts of interest risk.
Financial Infrastructure & Banking Operations: Shadow full-time employees as they liaise with hundreds of banks/custodians and communicate complex ideas and solutions with potential and existing clients.
Fintech & Innovation: Work on the cutting edge of finance through research, presentations, and event management on leading issues in digital and cryptocurrencies.
Financial Solutions: Provide background research on catastrophe bonds and currency and commodity hedging products for sovereign clients, including joining calls with Ministries of Finance and supporting presentations to clients.
Funding: Participate in investor calls, observe trades across Asian, European, and American markets, and learn about the issuance programs and supporting legal documentation.
Products, Knowledge & Research: Organize, clean, and visualize data for internal and external reports, support subject matter experts on issues of reserve management, ESG, and more.
Sustainable Finance & Investor Relations: Draft investor presentation materials, memos, and responses to serve existing clients and investors and to generate new business.
Structured Finance & Quantitative Modeling: Apply statistical analysis, mathematics, and computational finance to support our trading and structured finance, market-making operations, and asset management teams.
How we evaluate applicants
We believe poverty has no borders, and neither does excellence. With employees based in Chennai, Sofia, Singapore, Tokyo and Washington, the World Bank Treasury represents over 50 nationalities, and our leadership team hails from all regions of the world. We are proud to be an equal opportunity and inclusive employer. We do not discriminate based on gender, race, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Treasury also has a dedicated Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Team that advises on hiring protocols, career growth and outreach. Learn more about Treasury’s greatest strength: its diverse and dedicated staff.

Eligibility Requirements

We ask that all applicants meet the following core eligibility requirements to be consistent with the goals of the program. Applicants without these core requirements will not be considered.

Must be enrolled in the second-to-last year of the equivalent of a four-year college degree program in finance, business, economics or related field;
Must be prepared to graduate with the equivalent of a four-year college degree in 2023;
Must be in good academic standing at their college or university;
Must be available full-time through the duration of the internship.
Successful Applicant Profiles

Demonstrated paid work experience, previous internship or leadership in financial organization or club is strongly encouraged;
Excellent communication and presentation skills, both verbal and written;
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to collaborate and develop productive relationships to achieve the team’s objectives;
Proactive, resourceful, and flexible to work on a range of assignments and adapt to rapidly changing business requirements and priorities;
Experienced with programming languages, such as Python, or specialized software for managing and visualizing economic and financial data;
Strong research, analytical, and quantitative skills for data management;
Demonstrated ability to research, extract, and process financial and economic data from various source systems and repositories, especially Bloomberg, World Bank Group or International Monetary Fund databases, and online sources;
Highest ethical standards;
Fluency in a second language is a plus.

How to apply

All applicants are required to submit a one-page PDF cover letter and one-page PDF resume. You can learn what we look for in an application and hear from former interns at treasury.worldbank.org/studentcareers.

The World Bank Treasury is proud of its strong community of colleagues from incredibly diverse backgrounds. Although entirely optional, applicants are encouraged to submit a maximum half-page PDF to us to understand the contribution your personal background would make to our workplace.

Successful applicants will be asked to complete a remote test before interviewing. All applicants will be notified of the result by the end of February 2022.

Expiring: Jan 02, 2021

Managers divers postes , Chad

La Tchadienne des Jeux et Loisirs est une société qui formule et exploite des solutions de jeux sur le Continent Africain. Présent dans divers pays d’Afrique Centrale, le groupe est le partenaire exclusif de PMU France sur le Tchad et la R.C.A et se développe rapidement dans les domaines des jeux (PMU, Paris sportifs, Casinos). Dans le cadre du développement de son offre, la société La Tchadienne des Jeux et Loisirs recherche des profils Managers pour divers postes .
De formation supérieure commerciale (BAC+4/5), vous avez une expérience dans le secteur du BtoB, vous êtes mobile et vous avez l’ambition de vivre ou revivre une aventure sur le continent Africain. Vos forces de proposition et de conviction, sens de l'écoute ainsi que votre aptitude à travailler en équipe seront des atouts indispensables à votre réussite.
MISSIONS GENERALES (Exemples selon postes disponibles)
- Développer les points de vente et le chiffre d’affaires
- Manager et animer les équipes commerciales et de terrain et entretenir une relation constructive avec les partenaires
- Sécuriser le chiffre d’affaires et optimiser les dépenses opérationnelles
- S’inscrire dans les réseaux locaux pour entretenir des relations constructives et favorisant la pérennité et le développement de l’activité
- Assurer le suivi administratif et social de l’entreprise dans le cadre de la réglementation locale
PRINCIPALES RESPONSABILITES (Exemples selon postes disponibles)
1. GESTION
- Contrôle et sécurisation des chiffres d’affaires.
- Optimisation et sécurisation des dépenses.
- Optimisation et aménagement des structures en lien direct avec les résultats des unités.
- Respect des procédures de gestion internes à l’Entreprise.
- Assurer la situation de l’entreprise vis-à-vis des différentes réglementations en vigueur dans les pays.
2. PRODUIT
- Assurer le maintien du réseau dans un état de qualité conforme aux normes de l’entreprise.
- Être force de propositions sur l’optimisation et le développement de l’offre produit.
3. MANAGEMENT
- Assurer l’animation et le suivi des équipes
- Organisez et animer le développement du réseau.
- Être garant des relations sociales et de la dimension administrative de celles-ci.
4. DEVELOPPEMENT / COMMERCIAL
- Formaliser un suivi de l’avancement du développement de votre unité.
- Affirmer une relation constructive et pérenne dans le temps avec les équipes et le réseau.
- Planifier le développement avec la direction générale de l’Entreprise.
Divers postes à pourvoir.

Expiring: Dec 11, 2021

Financial Controller in Nigeria , Nigeria

Position
Financial controller / head of finance and accounts / internal audit

Job description
Overall in charge of the accounts department, internal control, finance. Advising the management and owner on the financial strategy. Ensuring effective and efficient running of the business.
- Cost control; monitoring expenditure
- Internal control, policy creation
- Verification of documents related to inventory, payments, import and export of goods
- Verification of internal documents to ensure compliance and accuracy
- Monthly preparation of the management accounts
- Monthly reconciliation of inventories
o Spares
o Sale goods
- Finalisation of the accounts, coordinating with statutory auditors
- Handling taxation matters and related agencies
- Handling banks
- Handling insurance
- Preparation of Management Information Reports
o Export stock and status of exports
o Imports status updates
o Financial statements (e.g. cashflow statement)
o Financial projections
- Key user of the accounting package; verification that entered information is correct
- Overseeing accounts payable, receivable, payroll preparation

Requirements
- Teamleader
- Excellent accounting knowledge
- Knowledge on import and export formalities
- Internal audit experience
- Knowledge of ERP Package MS Dynamics
- Masters degree in accountancy, finance or relevant field
- Minimum of 15 years experience

Offer
- Expat benefits
o Accommodation
o SUV + Driver
o 2 flight tickets (Premium Economy) per annum
o Health insurance (excluding dental)

Are you interested in becoming a Financial Controller in Nigeria? Apply now at the top or bottom of our page.

Expiring: Dec 03, 2021

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