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Vacancies for Inter-Governmental Action Group against Money Laundering In West Africa

Vacancies for Inter-Governmental Action Group against Money Laundering In West Africa (Giaba) The Inter-Governmental Action Group against Money Laundering in West Africa (GIABA), with its Secretariat located in Dakar, Senegal,

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افتراضي Vacancies for Inter-Governmental Action Group against Money Laundering In West Africa

Vacancies for Inter-Governmental Action Group against Money Laundering In West Africa (Giaba)

The Inter-Governmental Action Group against Money Laundering in West Africa (GIABA), with its Secretariat located in Dakar, Senegal, is a specialized institution of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). GIABA is also a Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Style Regional Body (FSRB), committed to the implementation of the FATF Recommendations against Money Laundering, Terrorist and Proliferation Financing .

The objectives of GIABA include to:
(i) Protect the national economic and the financial and banking systems of Member States against abuse, and the Laundering of proceeds of crime and the financing of terrorism:
(ii) Improve measures and intensify efforts to combat Money Laundering and terrorist financing in West Africa; and
(iii) Strengthen cooperation amongst its members. GIABA is also mandated to coordinate Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) technical assistance to member states of ECOWAS.

Thus, is core functions include support to member States to enact and upgrade legislation against Money Laundering and terrorist financing; undertake mutual evaluations of its members based on the FATF Methodology to determine their level of compliance with acceptable international standards; undertake typologies exercise and other research studies on Money Laundering and financing of terrorism; support the establishment and maintenance of Financial Intelligence Units (FIUs); promote strategic partnership with professional and civil Society organizations; and promote and deepen regional and international cooperation.

GIABA is seeking suitably qualified candidates to fill the following positions:

1.) Law Enforcement Officer – P4

Duties and Responsibilities


Under the supervision of the Director of Programs and Projects with guid*ance from the Principal Program Officer, the incumbent shall be the Departmental Security Officer (DSO) and shall be responsible for all secu*rity related matters of the Secretariat. In addition, He/She shall
Participate in conducting technical assistance needs assessments of Member States in the area of law enforcement;
Participate fully in GIABA mutual evaluation exercises and draft reports on law enforcement and training aspects of the mutual evaluation:
Liaise with law enforcement authorities of Member Slates in carrying out the work of GIABA, including designing and implementing training and other capacity building programs for law enforcement agencies responsible for combating Money Laundering and terrorist financing;
Liaise and coordinate with stakeholders in determining subject matters for typologies exercises, as necessary;
Review policy guidelines, documents and other instruments for the purpose of improving the law enforcement capacity of member states;
Be responsible for all security related matters of the Secretariat as well as the Residence of the Head of Institution;
Perform other duties as may be assigned.

Profile

Minimum of first degree in Criminology; law or any of the Social sciences with at least 8 years experience, or a Master’s degree in the relevant fields with at least 7 years experience;
Practical experience in law enforcement, especially in West Africa, and particularly financial investigation and overall crime prevention strategy;
Demonstrated expertise in building investigative and crime prevention capacity, including training for law enforcement personnel;
Excellent understanding of the regional crime prevention framework, in particular, the specific objectives and operations of GIABA:
Strong inter-personal and communication skills and ability to network and promote coordination and cooperation among law enforcement agencies within a country’ and the region:
A good understanding of the regional and international instruments and best practice in anti-money Laundering and combating the financing of terrorism measure.


2.) Financial Sector Officer – P4

Duties and Responsibilities


Under the supervision of the Director of Programs and Projects with guidance from the Principal Program Officer, the incumbent shall:
Participate in conducting technical assistance needs assessment of Member States in the financial and economic sector;
Participate fully in GIABA mutual evaluation exercises and draft reports on financial sector aspects of the mutual evaluation;
Liaise with relevant regulatory and supervisory institutions in Member States in carrying out the work of GIABA, including the design and implementation of training and other capacity building programs to ensure effective compliance with AML/CFT standards;
Identify and recommend alternative sources of financial and technical resources for the GIABA programs:
Contribute to the development of financial sector policies in accordance with the FATF Standards;
Seek both technical and financial support for GIABA programs;
In collaboration with other Officers in the Secretariat, provide technical assistance, including training, guidance and advisory services to Member States:
Review policy guidelines, document reports and other instruments
Perform other duties as may be assigned.

Profile

Minimum of first degree in Economics, Finance, Business Administration, or any of the relevant social sciences, with at least 8 years experience, or a Master’s degree in the relevant fields with at least 7 years experience in the financial sector;
Extensive experience of AML/CFT issues and at least four years of work experience at the national or international level;
Demonstrated ability to draft clear and accurate reports, policy papers and other briefing notes on financial sector matters;
Good knowledge of (he mandate and strategic direction of GI.ABA and the overall ECOWAS regional integration vision and mission:
Demonstrated skills and proven ability to supervise staff and maintain harmonious working relations:
Demonstrated ability to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines;
Capacity for team work and ability to take initiatives and provide sound advice;
Good knowledge of the regional financial system;
Good knowledge of the specific objectives and operations of GIABA;
Strong inter-persona I and communication skills and ability to network and promote coordination and cooperation among institutions and agencies within a country and the region.


3.) Principal Program Support Officer – P5

Duties and Responsibilities


Under the supervision of the Director of Programs and Projects, the incum*bent shall be responsible for supervising the Communication and Advocacy Unit, Information Centres, Language Services. Conference and Protocol Units. The incumbent shall provide high quality logistic and linguistic support to program implementation, as well as ensuring effective communication on GIABA mandate and activities. In addition, the incumbent shall coordinate and oversee the management of the diplomatic status of GIABA and protocol activities.

Profile

A minimum of first degree in relevant general administration, program management, logistics;
Minimum of 10 years proven experience in program support/management and logistics management at the national level or a minimum of eight (8) years at the international level
Proven ability to plan and organize work
Demonstrated ability to work in a complex, multicultural, multi-ethnic environment and maintain efficient working relationships with people of different nationalities and cultures
Demonstrated ability to establish priorities, make timely decisions and to plan, coordinate and monitor the work of others
Good knowledge of ECOWAS administrative and financial regulations
Sensitivity to and respect for diversity
Observable sense of justice and self-control in the face of any challenge;
A good knowledge and practical use of computer systems
You should include some practical use of computer systems
You should include some practical knowledge in the organization and management of large meetings, especially multilateral meetings, as this will be a core function under this post.


4.) Information Manager - P4

Location : Abidjan, Cote d’lvoire

Duties and Responsibilities


Under the direct supervision of the Director of Programs and Projects and responsible for the coordination of the Communication and Advocacy Officer at the Secretariat, the incumbent is to head the Abidjan Information Centre and is responsible for developing active communication and advocacy activities relevant to effective implementation of AML/CFT measures and good governance principles in West Africa.

Profile

A minimum of first degree in Journalism, Communication Arts, International Relations, Social Science or any other related field with 8 years
Proven experience in Communication and Advocacy or Master’s degree in relevant field with 7 years cognate experience
Cognate experience of 7 years at the national level or 5 years at the international level is desirable
Excellent knowledge and good exposure to a range of media, public relations and advocacy issues
Adaptability, innovation and ability to create network and strategically promote organizational goals and values
Ability to undertake analysis of the political, social and economic environment
Ability to plan, promote and set priorities on training
Excellent writing and communication skills
Excellent knowledge of one French, English or Portuguese and a good working knowledge of a second language will be an advantage
Excellent computer skills
Ability to work in a team and respect for diversity


5.) Principal Monitoring and Evaluation Officer – P5

Duties and Responsibilities

Under the direct supervision of the Director General, the incumbent will work with some autonomy and be responsible for monitoring and evalua*tion of GIABA programs and projects.

Profile


A first degree in criminology, law, program management or the Social Sciences:
At least 10 years of professional experience including! years supervisory experience in a permanent or acting capacity;
Good knowledge of and working experience Monitoring and Evaluation preferably with international organization;
Demonstrated ability to work in a complex, multicultural, multi-ethnic environment and maintain efficient working relationships with people of different nationalities and culture:
Demonstrated ability to establish priorities, make timely decisions and to plan, coordinate and monitor the work of others;
Good knowledge of the mandate and strategic direction of GIABA and the overall ECOWAS regional integration vision and mission;
A good knowledge and practical use of computer systems mainly in data analysis is very necessary


General Information:

The duty station for all the posts is Dakar, Senegal except that the Information Officer which is Abidjan. The selection criteria will be based on the ECOWAS regulations; and whilst efforts would be made to ensure geographical and gender balance, merit will not be compromised in the process. Neverthe less, women are particularly encouraged to apply. Service in GIABA is guided by the ECOWAS Rules and Regulations. Thus, all posts have attractive remuneration and conditions of services comparable to many international organization.

Application Closing Date
30th June, 2012

Method of Application

All applicants must be proven citizens of ECOWAS Member states. Whilst proficiency in one of the Community Languages (English, French and Portuguese) is basic requirement , a working knowledge of a second community language will be an added advantage. A minimum ICT knowledge is required for eligibility to all posts. Candidates above the age of fifty (50) years are not eligible for recruitment. Interested persons are requested to summit their written applications addressed to:

The Director General
Inter-Governmental Action Group against Money Laundering in West Africa (GIABA)
Immeuble A. ler e’tage Av. Cheikh Anta DIOP X Canal IV
Complexe SICAP, Point E,
BP 32400, Ponty-Dakar, Senegal.

Please indicate clearly the position for which you are applying. Preferably applicants are strongly advised to send their applications by email to: [فقط الأعضاء المسجلين والمفعلين يمكنهم رؤية الوصلات . إضغط هنا للتسجيل] on or before June 30th, 2012. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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