Career Job Opportunities at The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)

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The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) is a regional group of fifteen West African countries. Founded on 28 May 1975, with the signing of the Treaty of Lagos, its mission is to promote economic integration across the region.

We are recruiting to fill the positions below:

 

 

Job Title: Administrative Assistant

Location: Accra, Ghana
Institution: ECOWAS Regional Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERERA)
Grade: G4/G5/G6
Status: Permanent
Agency: ECOWAS Regional Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERERA)
Department: Regulatory Council
Directorate: Finance and Administration
Division: Admin, HR & Finance
Line Supervisor: Principal Officer, Administration, HR and Finance

Role Overview

  • Under the supervision of the Principal Officer, Administration, Finance & Human Resources, the incumbent will assist in ensuring efficient day-to-day administrative functions and support the activities of the Principal Officer, Administration, HR and Finance and other staff of ERERA as required.

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Assist with planning, organizing and overseeing the Administrative and HR functions of ERERA.
  • Assist with monitoring and meeting the administrative/HR and material needs of ERERA, and assist in the preparation, storage and retrieval of requisite records.
  • Assist in the provision of administrative support for the procurement process in ERERA.
  • Assist in the preparation of periodic status reports of ERERA, including drafting of briefs, minutes of meetings, speeches, letters and other relevant documents as needed in ERERA to be reviewed by the HR and Administration Officer
  • Assist in ensuring a properly maintained filing system for Administrative/HR documents in ERERA.
  • Assist the HR and Administration Officer, prepare the agenda for meetings and supporting material for distribution.
  • Assist in the update Staff lists, documentation of new Staff and ensure that their requirements and needs are met for the effective functioning in ERERA.
  • Assist in the provision of ad-hoc support to ERERA as and when the need arises

Academic Qualifications and Experience

  • Brevet deTechnicien Superieur (BTS) / Ordinary National Diploma (OND) or equivalent in a similar field from a recognized University.
  • 5 years of progressively responsible experience in administrative services;
  • Knowledge of general office and administrative support services including administrative policies, processes and procedures;
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively use a computer and utilize software programs such as Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Outlook, and adapt to various software packages;
  • Excellent knowledge of work unit functions, roles and relationships with other parts of the organization

Eligible Candidates:

  • Nationals of Ghana or other ECOWAS member-states resident in Ghana.

Age Limit:

  • Be below 50 years old. This provision does not apply to internal candidates.

Annual Salary
UA25,844.84 USD40,777.98 / UA30,266.13 USD47,753.90 / UA34,293.95 USD54,109.00

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should download the Application Form below, fill it out correctly; attach a Curriculum Vitae (CV) and a Motivation Letter and send to: b19adminassterera@ecowas.int using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

 

Job Title: Human Resources and Administration Officer

Location: Accra, Ghana
Institution: ECOWAS Regional Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERERA)
Grade P3
Status: Permanent
Agency: ECOWAS Regional Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERERA)
Department: Regulatory Council
Directorate: Administration, Finance & Human Resources
Division: Administration, Human Resources and Finance
Line Supervisor: Principal Officer, Administration, HR and Finance

Role Overview

  • Under the supervision of the Principal Officer, Administration, Finance & Human Resources, the incumbent will assist to manage the Agency’s activities pertaining to Human Resources and Administration and ensure high level of professionalism.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Liaise with relevant Institutions/Stakeholders and follow up on correspondence with and outside ERERA.
  • Assist with planning, organizing and overseeing the Administrative and HR functions of ERERA.
  • Assist with monitoring and meeting the administrative/HR and material needs of ERERA, and assist in the preparation, storage and retrieval of requisite records.
  • Provide administrative support for the procurement process in ERERA.
  • Prepare the periodic status reports of ERERA, including drafting of briefs, minutes of meetings, speeches, letters and other relevant documents as needed in ERERA to be reviewed by  the Principal Officer, Administration, HR and Finance .
  • Ensure a properly maintained filing system for Administrative/HR documents in ERERA.
  • Under the supervision of the Principal Officer, Administration, HR and Finance, preparation of the agenda of meetings and supporting material for distribution.
  • Update Staff lists, documentation of new Staff and ensure that their requirements and needs are met for the effective functioning in ERERA.
  • Provide ad-hoc support to ERERA as and when the need arises
  • Responsible for processing issues relating to Insurance Policies.
  • Responsible for supervision of the Registry.
  • Assist with the preparation of reports and briefs for the Principal Officer, Administration, HR and Finance; and other superior officers.
  • Supervise subordinate staff and assess adequacy of manpower, monitor overtime and duty allowances and handles standard personnel matters in the area of activity.
  • Perform other tasks which may from time to time be assigned by the supervisor.

Academic Qualifications and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in the Social Sciences or Humanities from a recognized University.
  • 5 years of progressively responsible experience in administration and human resources management
  • Knowledge of human resources policies, procedures and practices relating to leave, compensation, benefits, pensions, medical, recruitment, payrol, etc and the ability to interpret and apply them in an organizational setting.
  • Good knowledge of ECOWAS Financial, Administrative and Procurement Regulations and Procedures;
  • Demonstrated ability to use basic SAP/ECM HCM modules to carry out human resource functions, to include basic data entry, extraction and interpretation

Age Limit:

  • Be below 50 years old. This provision does not apply to internal candidates.

ECOWAS Key Competencies:

  • Ability to persuade/influence others to consider a certain point of view, adopt a new idea or implement new methods and practices;
  • Ability to lead a team of trainees/junior staff and instill a spirit of teamwork to engage employees and achieve a well-defined set of activities;
  • Ability to respect chain of command in an appropriate manner;
  • Ability to resolve challenges that occur with minimal direction and/or to recommend and explain solutions or alternatives for approval;
  • Ability to utilize the  Code of Ethics to manage self, others, information and resources;
  • Ability to mentor others and create feedback loops with supervisors, colleagues and the subordinates to build strong working relationships and improve performance.
  • Contribute to maintaining organizational unit’s performance goals and standards.
  • Interpersonal skills with the ability to keep a client informed of progress or setbacks in projects of relevance to timeline, quality and quantity;
  • Ability to proactively interact with clients and build strong trusting relationships based on mutual respect and regular discussions;
  • Ability to establish and sustain professional credibility with clients/stakeholders in a manner that anticipates their need, mitigates issues and that carefully balances professional obligations with the need to be sensitive and responsive to their needs;
  • Ability to counsel, advise, consult and guide others on matters pertaining to assigned client service responsibilities and established  client service standards;
  • Demonstrate respect for cultural differences, fairness and ability to relate well with people from varied backgrounds, nationality, gender, ethnicity, race and religion;
  • Understanding of diverse cultural views especially within West Africa, with sensitivity to group differences; ability to challenge bias and to practice tolerance and empathy;
  • Ability to listen actively, consider people’s concerns and apply  judgement, tact and diplomacy;
  • Ability to work in a diverse and inclusive interactive environment that benefits from diverse strengths;
  • Ability and responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work;
  • Ability to encourage, empower, and advocate for people in an unbias and transparent manner.
  • Knowledge of ECOWAS institutions, sectors, programmes and policies;
  • Knowledge of ECOWAS internal operational requirements of programs, projects, services and systems required to achieve work assignments and meet performance goals;
  • Knowledge of rules and procedures of ECOWAS associated assigned responsibilities and ability to explain these clearly to others;
  • Knowledge of the ECOWAS culture, structures and performance issues and priorities impacting assigned responsibilities;
  • Knowledge of member states development trends, indicators, challenges and opportunities as it relates to project/programme assigned to own position.
  • Ability to study data/information from a variety of sources, identify anomalies, trends and issues, present findings, and make  recommendations;
  • Ability to break down problems or processes into key parts to identify and solve gaps in service, quality assurance, compliance and performance targets;
  • Knowledge of and ability to apply techniques to generate creative ideas and new approaches to meeting goals;
  • Ability to use evidence and research to inform policies and programs and identify relevant and appropriate sources of information, including stakeholders, regional institutions and/or internal committees.
  • Demonstrate operational computer proficiency  using appropriate tools;
  • Ability to make sound use of graphics and tables to effectively present numerical data to write semi-complex technical reports/proposals and edit/check templates, letters, etc.
  • Ability to convey information clearly and concisely in a succinct and organized manner through both writing and verbal means, ;
  • Exhibit interpersonal skills, make presentations, express opinions and debate ideas with others in a constructive manner;
  • Proficiency in  information communication technologies(ICT);
  • Fluency in oral and written expressions in one of the ECOWAS official languages of the Community (English, French & Portuguese). Knowledge of an additional one will be an added advantage.
  • Ability to develop,  implement an individual action plan for achieving specific work  goals;
  • Identify, organize and monitor tasks throughout to facilitate execution;
  • Ability to contribute and/or lead on projects as per accepted project management standards and techniques, to co-ordinate contributions by others  to set and meet deadlines;
  • Ability to organize work, set priorities, and work within timelines, giving attention to details, stakeholders, indicators and risks;
  • Ability to identify, collect and assess indicators to monitor performance and to take proactive remedial action as required.
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Annual Salary
UA42, 930.42 US67, 735.62

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should download the Application Form below, fill it out correctly; attach a Curriculum Vitae (CV) and a Motivation Letter and send to: b19hradminofferera@ecowas.int using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

 

 

 

 

Job Title: Program Officer – Disarmament

Location: Abuja, Nigeria
Institution: ECOWAS Commission
Grade:  P3
Status: Permanent
Department: Political Affairs, Peace &Security
Directorate: Peacekeeping & Regional Security
Division: Small Arms
Line Supervisor: Principal Programme Officer Small Arms

Role Overview

  • Under the supervision of Principal Programme Officer Small Arms, the incumbent shall support the implementation of disarmament programs/activities by providing adequate capacity to Member States in Arms and Ammunition Stockpile Management including Weapons Marking, Tracing, Collection & Destruction.
  • The Officer will also undertake the collection of relevant information/data on the status of arms and ammunition administration and management in the region.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Support elaboration of programs and projects related to disarmament  based on emerging threats in the region;
  • Support coordination of disarmament programs in Member States by carrying out the following activities:
    • Providing sustainable capacity building on Physical Security and Stockpile Management (PSSM), including training and equipment support;
    • Planning and execution of collection and destruction of Arms and Ammunition exercises in Member States;
    • Support the implementation of Weapons Marking & Tracing in Member States;
    • Support in building a regional Database/Roster of Experts in PSSM, Marking & Tracing;
    • Support implementation of programs/projects on disarmament, demobilization and reintegration (DDR);
  • Support Mobilization of Resources for the implementation of the Convention on SALW ;
  • Perform any other task as assigned by the supervisor.

Academic Qualifications and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in Political Science, International Relations, Computer Science, or any Social Science or Security related field from a recognized University.
  • 5 years of progressively responsible experience in Political Affairs, Governance, Diplomacy, conflict resolution, information management security or related field;
  • Understanding of political, governance and security dynamics, conflict prevention management and resolution;
  • Technical competence to conduct information gathering, research and analysis with modern technology.
  • Ability to understand and apply approaches, techniques and tools that draw on a wide range of inputs and improve the quality and pace of mediation in the coordination of Reginal Political Affairs.
  • Experience working in an international organization or at a multi-country level highly desirable;
  • Experience in supporting development of regional and national security policies/strategies will be an advantage;
  • Strong knowledge of ECOWAS, AU and UN policies, strategies and approached in Small Arms is required;
  • Knowledge of relevant instruments of peace and security will be an added advantage;
  • Knowledge of project management, monitoring and evaluation of projects;
  • Knowledge of the life-cycle approaches in the management of SALW, practical disarmament measures such as physical security and stockpiling of weapons, arms marking and destruction
  • Field experience in weapons management;
  • Knowledge of regional, continental and international small arms control obligations and programs on disarmament and non – proliferation;

Age Limit:

  • Be below 50 years old. This provision does not apply to internal candidates.

ECOWAS Key Competencies:

  • Ability to persuade/influence others to consider a certain point of view, adopt a new idea or implement new methods and practices;
  • Ability to lead a team of trainees/junior staff and instill a spirit of teamwork to engage employees and achieve a well-defined set of activities;
  • Ability to respect chain of command in an appropriate manner;
  • Ability to resolve challenges that occur with minimal direction and/or to recommend and explain solutions or alternatives for approval;
  • Ability to utilize the  Code of Ethics to manage self, others, information and resources;
  • Ability to mentor others and create feedback loops with supervisors, colleagues and the subordinates to build strong working relationships and improve performance.
  • Contribute to maintaining organizational unit’s performance goals and standards.
  • Interpersonal skills with ability to keep a client informed of progress or setbacks in projects of relevance to timeline, quality and quantity;
  • Ability to proactively interact with clients and build strong trusting relationships based on mutual respect and regular discussions;
  • Ability to establish and sustain professional credibility with clients/stakeholders in a manner that anticipates their need, mitigates issues and that carefully balances professional obligations with the need to be sensitive and responsive to their needs;
  • Ability to counsel, advise, consult and guide others on matters pertaining to assigned client service responsibilities and established  client service standards;
  • Demonstrate respect for cultural differences, fairness and ability to relate well with people from varied backgrounds, nationality, gender, ethnicity, race and religion;
  • Understanding of diverse cultural views especially within West Africa, with sensitivity to group differences; ability to challenge bias and to practice tolerance and empathy;
  • Ability to listen actively, consider people’s concerns and apply  judgement, tact and diplomacy;
  • Ability to work in a diverse and inclusive interactive environment that benefits from diverse strengths;
  • Ability and responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work;
  • Ability to encourage, empower, and advocate for people in an unbias and transparent manner.
  • Knowledge of ECOWAS institutions, sectors, programmes and policies;
  • Knowledge of ECOWAS internal operational requirements of programs, projects, services and systems required to achieve work assignments and meet performance goals;
  • Knowledge of rules and procedures of ECOWAS associated assigned responsibilities and ability to explain these clearly to others;
  • Knowledge of the ECOWAS culture, structures and performance issues and priorities impacting assigned responsibilities;
  • Knowledge of member states development trends, indicators, challenges and opportunities as it relates to project/programme assigned to own position.
  • Ability to study data/information from a variety of sources, identify anomalies, trends and issues, present findings, and make  recommendations;
  • Ability to break down problems or processes into key parts to identify and solve gaps in service, quality assurance, compliance and performance targets;
  • Knowledge of and ability to apply techniques to generate creative ideas and new approaches to meeting goals;
  • Ability to use evidence and research to inform policies and programs and identify relevant and appropriate sources of information, including stakeholders, regional institutions and/or internal committees.
  • Demonstrate operational computer proficiency  using appropriate tools;
  • Ability to make sound use of graphics and tables to effectively present numerical data to write semi-complex technical reports/proposals and edit/check templates, letters, etc.
  • Ability to convey information clearly and concisely in a succinct and organized manner through both writing and verbal means, ;
  • Exhibit interpersonal skills, make presentations, express opinions and debate ideas with others in a constructive manner;
  • proficiency in  information communication technologies(ICT);
  • Fluency in oral and written expressions in one of the ECOWAS official languages of the Community (English, French & Portuguese). Knowledge of an additional one will be an added advantage.
  • Ability to develop,  implement an individual action plan for achieving specific work  goals;
  • Identify, organize and monitor tasks throughout to facilitate execution;
  • Ability to contribute and/or lead on projects as per accepted project management standards and techniques, to co-ordinate contributions by others  to set and meet deadlines;
  • Ability to organize work, set priorities, and work within timelines, giving attention to details, stakeholders, indicators and risks;
  • Ability to identify, collect and assess indicators to monitor performance and to take proactive remedial action as required.
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Annual Salary
UA 49,106.81 USD77,480.72

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should download the Application Form below, fill it out correctly; attach a Curriculum Vitae (CV) and a Motivation Letter and send to: b19podisarmament@ecowas.int using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

 

 

 

 

Job Title: Political Advisor

Location: Niamey, Niger
Institution: ECOWAS Commission
Grade: P4 / P5
Status: Permanent
Department: Office of the President
Directorate: ECOWAS Permanent Representation in Niger
Line Manager: Resident representative

Overview

  • Under the authority of the Resident Representative, the incumbent will work with the Representative of the ECOWAS Commission’s President to brief him/her on various matters and offer advice on different matters and issues relating to politics in the sub-region.
  • He/She shall review various matters and provide advice on national and regional politics.
  • He/She shall also write speeches and communiques presenting the ideas, options and views of the Commission in such a way as to inform stakeholders and explain certain positions taken by ECOWAS.
  • The political adviser shall take into consideration all factors in a given situation, analyse same and advise the Resident representative. He/She shall present reports from time to time.

Role And Responsibilities

  • Establish a surveillance system to gather information that may influence national or regional politics
  • Regularly assess political situations and events and their consequences, and render report thereof
  • Give appropriate advice regarding the country situation and ECOWAS’ position to the Resident Representative
  • Explain the organisation’s positions, draft summary notes and write the Representative’s speech
  • Analyse the laws and rules of the area and provide information on the political and economic situation of the country to the Resident Representative
  • Assist in the development and implementation of the political content of ECOWAS Commission statutory meetings and the Group of Ambassadors meetings
  • Ensure close relations and contacts are maintained with leaders and all political and social bodies to make them understand ECOWAS position on all subjects
  • Under the supervision of the Resident Representative, participate in meetings organised by leaders, social actors or the political class, to which ECOWAS is invited
  • Ensure working links and information channels between the Office and the technical departments of the Commission. Organise and implement, under the authority of the Resident Representative, all activity aimed at enhancing the visibility of ECOWAS in Niger
  • Contribute to the preparation and organisation of all the Office’s official missions
  • Ensure that matters under his/her purview are strategically monitored
  • Perform any other related tasks as may be assigned by the Permanent Representative.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Master’s degree or equivalent qualification in Political Science, International Relations, Social Sciences, Economics, Law, Public Administration or similar field, from a recognised university.
  • (7) Seven years’ experience with increasing responsibility in political affairs, governance, diplomacy, conflict resolution, security or a related field;
  • An understanding of political, economic, governance and security, as well as conflict management and resolution dynamics
  • Technical skills for the collection of information, research and analysis with modern technology.

Age Limit:

  • Be below 50 years old. This provision does not apply to internal candidates.

ECOWAS Key Competencies:

  • Ability to work closely in a group through active participation, creation of  an environment of respect and openness, application of appropriate techniques for group management, development of its potential, motivation and guidance
  • Ability to organise teamwork and lead an inter-divisional working group to formulate creative solutions and/or lead a small group of top-level professionals and administrative support staff
  • Ability to appropriately show respect for hierarchy
  • Develop on-the-job training techniques combined with excellent coaching and mentoring skills, knowledge of new approaches to staff orientation to facilitate understanding of the position and the organisation
  • Ability to delegate work and provide timely and consistent feedback on technical competence and effectiveness
  • Must be able to properly represent the organisation.
  • Ability to take into account the impact of a change in programme orientation based on the needs of internal and external stakeholders
  • Ability to promote and take into account staff feedback to streamline processes and meet deadlines in line with client expectations
  • Must be able to work under pressure
  • Ability to develop situational problem-solving, mediation and conflict resolution skills, to deal with disagreements, complaints, bottlenecks, time constraints affecting the quality and quantity of services provided to the client
  • Ability to anticipate growing client needs and expectations, in order to continuously improve service quality, timescales, delivery and respond promptly to client concerns
  • Must be able to communicate openly with clients, by keeping them informed of progress and issues requiring attention/resolution
  • Ability to implement programme changes in a manner that ensures a bias-free working and a fair and equitable application of new rules and regulations
  • Adherence to policies, goals, objectives and principles which promote diversity in the performance of daily tasks and responsibilities promote behaviours that demonstrate tolerance and understanding of diverse cultures
  • Able to remain objective in conflict management regardless of cultural differences/ positions, gender, and ability to encourage other members of staff to overcome prejudices and cultural and gender differences
  • Ability to create value by drawing on the diverse contributions of cultures, employees and clients
  • Ability to mainstream gender and ensure equal participation of women and men in all areas of work
  • Ability to create a diverse and inclusive interactive environment that builds on the strengths of different innovative practices
  • Ability to seek out good practices to make relevant organisational decisions in terms of diversity management, while ensuring that project and programme activities are focused on vulnerable areas and monitoring systems.
  • A good knowledge of ECOWAS institutions and relations between the various bodies, particularly regarding their sectors/work programme
  • Knowledge of approaches to policy and programme development in an international organisation and project management
  • Knowledge of rules and procedures of international organisations in relation to the post
  • Knowledge of indicators, challenges and development opportunities of Member States on projects/programmes relating to the position.
  • Creativity and flexibility to depart from traditional methods to develop new processes, procedures and tools, using technology to simplify methods and approaches wherever possible
  • Ability to reassess current procedures and suggest improvements to ensure an efficient and streamlined process
  • Ability to gather and synthesize information to predict stakeholder views on new policy/programs and excellent analytical skills to assess external policies and trends when considering policy and programme options, advantages, disadvantages and recommendations
  • Ability to manufacture complex information gathered from a variety of external and internal sources and disseminate it in a logical manner
  • Ability to apply an appropriate methodology to detect or identify general policy and resources issues
  • Evaluate, incorporate and inform on recent developments in his/her area of operation using ECOWAS directives and criteria
  • Develop interpersonal skills, in negotiation, networking and presentation, as well as be able to explain complex information while showing empathy and openness
  • Proficiency in computer use, ability to use information technology tools to communicate
  • Must be able to convey clear, concise and organised oral and written information
  • Listening actively for better communication among team members, being attentive to them, making them feel that their presence is valuable, and fostering a sense of commitment among staff in all institutions and agencies
  • Proficiency in information and communication technology (ICT)
  • Proficiency in spoken and written French.  Knowledge of one or two ECOWAS languages will be an advantage.
  • Knowledge of in-house planning cycles and ability to contribute to the development and implementation of Community or institutional policy by identifying the target public, setting coalitions with appropriate population and monitoring the achievements
  • Ability to take into account circumstances, external trends and factors during the organisation of project activities in order to obtain best results
  • Ability to take into account the outcome of processes, correspondence, reports and policy documents, to develop practicable plans
  • Must be able to organise meetings with staff, stakeholders, colleagues and other persons, in order to define organisational requirements while adjusting the plans and activities accordingly
  • Ability to adjust project plans based on the contributions of staff and stakeholders and/or the capacity to design and implement the guidelines, tools and models in order to adapt new or revised programmes and services.
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Annual Salary
UA48,078.94 USD75,858.95 / UA55,624.68 USD87,764.62

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should download the Application Form below, fill it out correctly; attach a Curriculum Vitae (CV) and a Motivation Letter and send to: b19poladvniamey@ecowas.int using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

 

 

 

 

Job Title: Driver

Location: Accra, Ghana
Institution: ECOWAS Regional Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERERA)
Grade: G1/G2/G3
Status: Permanent
Agency: ECOWAS Regional Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERERA)
Department: Regulatory Council
Directorate: Administration, Finance & Human Resources
Division: Administration, Human Resources and Finance
Line Supervisor: Principal Officer, Administration, HR and Finance

Role Overview

  • Under the supervision of the Principal Officer, Administration, HR and Finance, the incumbent  shall provide support to the fleet management & transport of the office with everyday operations in making sure of the smooth running of the assigned vehicles.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Perform the daily preventive maintenance checks before moving a particular vehicle for the first time in the day;
  • Perform airport departure and arrival formalities when required;
  • Monitor consumption of fuel and lubricants by vehicles to ensure their efficient use;
  • Initiate timely requests for fuel replenishments;
  • Maintain accurate record of fuel/lubricant usage for planning and audit purposes;
  • Ensure accurate completion of vehicle log books by drivers;
  • Carry out any other duties that may be assigned.

Academic Qualifications and Experience

  • West African School Certificate or equivalent certificate with a formal driver training certificate and a valid driver’s license/ certification to operate assigned vehicle.
  • 2 years’ experience as a driver, preferably for an international organization involving a variety of makes and models of vehicles;
  • Working knowledge of  traffic rules and regulations, and ability to read and interpret traffic signs and  documents such as safety rules, and operating and maintenance instructions;
  • Experience in maintaining a vehicle log book;
  • Knowledge of defensive driving practices, chauffeur protocol and courtesies, local roads and conditions, and protocols of relevance to safety and security of passengers during inclement weather, terrorism events, motor accidents, criminal and violent incidents;
  • Knowledge of basic vehicle maintenance (e.g. circle check) and ability to assess vehicles for mechanical fitness and minor vehicle repairs.

Eligible Candidates:

  • Nationals of Ghana or other ECOWAS member-states resident in Ghana.

Age Limit:

  • Be below 50 years old. This provision does not apply to internal candidates.

Annual Salary
UA16,861.73 USD26,604.43 / UA18,202.06 USD28,719.20 / UA23,161.58 USD36,544.33

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should download the Application Form below, fill it out correctly; attach a Curriculum Vitae (CV) and a Motivation Letter and send to: b19drivererera@ecowas.int using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

 

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