Afircan Development Bank Vacancies: Consultant, Peer – Regional Economic Outlook Reports 2023

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Consultant, Peer – Regional Economic Outlook Reports – ECCE (EOI) at the Afircan Development Bank Vacancies

Job Title: Expressions of Interest – Consultant, Peer Review of the Regional Economic Outlook Reports 2023 (ECCE)

JOB Specifications:

Location: Remote

Consultant type: Individual Consultant

Department issuing the request: ECCE

Duration of the assignment: One (1) month

Tentative Date of commencement: April 1st, 2023

Background

The Country Economics Department (ECCE) of the Afircan Development Bank Vacancies has produced typically five Regional Economic Outlooks (REO) reports (for the following regions: Southern African, West African, Central African and East African North African, which assess the economic performance and outlook of the African regional economies, the exact theme of mobilizing the private sector financing is for climate and green growth, together with pertinent policy recommendations. All analysis conducted is based on the Bank Africa Development data as well as on the country notes prepared by the ECCE department as part of the 2023 African Economic Outlook report. Apply for this african development ban vacanices

The REO’s Job Description

To always review the macroeconomic performance and prospects.

To investigates challenges attracting and mobilizing both domestic and international private sector financing, as a complement to natural capital and public funding, for climate and green growth, as well as to basically discusses the existing sources and innovative instruments of private sector financing for climate and green growth as well as the role of Development Financing Institutions (DFIs) and Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs);

Finally,  for the Afircan Development Bank Vacancies to extensively explore the roles of natural capital in closing the climate finance gap and transitioning to green and inclusive growth in countries. These chapter three also helps to identify the challenges and opportunities in harnessing natural resources as an asset class for wealth creation, and options for financing nature-based solutions.

Extra Description of the Assignment

The Consultant for the Afircan Development Bank Vacancies will at all times review a maximum of five (5) reports including that of the Central African, East African, North African, Southern African, and West African regions and also shall provide detailed comments for improvement.

Objectives of the Assignment and Main Activities

The Consultant Officer shall work closely with Director of Country Economics Department, African Development Bank and the Lead Economists (Mr. Pinto Moreira,) to review a maximum of five (5) REO’s report and provide detailed comments for improvement.

More specifically, it is the work of the consultant to ensure that:

The REO’s are technically sound are coherent, and reliable.

The structures of the REO’s are consistent across all recognised regions.

The REO’s are free of plagiarism and unnecessary repetitions.

The REO’s are reader-friendly and written in a view to send clear messages to policymakers and other readers of the REO’s contents.

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To cover the topics in no more than 10,000 words (English version) while each of REO will be around 30,000 words.

Duration and Time Schedule

The work is expected to commence exactly on April 1st, 2023 and completed by April 30th, 2023. Which is a month interval

All submission of final draft for external Review  in the Afircan Development Bank Vacancies should be made on 31 March 2023

External review commences on 1 April 2023 – 14 April 2023 (2 weeks)

Addressing of all external reviewers’ comments (back and forth with authors) shall be within the interval of 17 April 2023 – 21 April 2023 (1 week)

Final submission of the final reports will hold 28 April 2023

Required Consultant’s Profile, Qualifications, and Experience

Applicant should possess at least a Master’s Degree or its equivalent in Economics, Natural Resource Management with expertise in Climate Finance, including private sector financing, or a related field; PhD is an advantage.

Should have a minimum of 10 years of relevant quantitative and qualitative research experience and report writing on policy-making in Economics and Finance.

Should have an excellent report-writing skills

Must possess great ability to think critically and to analyze complex issues;

applicant for the Afircan Development Bank Vacancies should have good knowledge of Africa’s development challenges and private sector financing;

Must be able to undertake rigorous statistical analysis;

Must have a well proven capacity to work independently, and to deliver outputs in a timely manner;

Must have good competence in the use of Bank’s standard software (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and web tools); should know how to speak English and French is an advantage.

Remuneration

Candidate applying for the role in the Afircan Development Bank Vacancies will be paid a lump-sum per report well delivered. All remuneration will be calculated on the basis of a lump sum in line with the Bank’s guide of remuneration depending on the Consultant’s experience. Note that, complete payment will be made when work is completed, and billing is submitted.

Deadline: Unspecified

Method of Application

Interested and qualified candidates  for the Afircan Development Bank Vacancies should submit their Applications to: T.BAIDOO@AFDB.ORG

Beware that;

Any questions and requests for clarifications concerning the Afircan Development Bank Vacancies should be sent to: T.BAIDOO@AFDB.ORG, remember to attach an updated Curriculum vitae on the basis of the template attached in Annex

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