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Offre d’emploi de la Banque Mondiale au Togo (Country Officer-Togo)

Publié le mardi 8 octobre 2019  |  Banque Mondiale
© par Edem Gadegbeku et Jacques Tchakou
Lancement officiel de la Revue du portefeuille et des JPO sur le partenariat entre le Togo et la Banque mondiale, partenariat vieux de plus de 50 ans
Lomé, le 19 juin 2018. Bureau de la Banque mondiale à Lomé (Cité OUA, Boulevard Gnassingbé Eyadèma, non loin de la Primature). «Ensemble transformons l’Afrique et le Togo en particulier»: principal thème autour duquel s’effectuent la Revue du portefeuille de la BM et des JPO (Journées portes ouvertes) que cette Banque organise conjointement avec le Gouvernement togolais les 19 et 20 juin pour promouvoir et renforcer les actions qu’elle soutient au Togo. Cette cérémonie de lancement officiel a été présidée par le Premier Ministre Selom KLASSOU, entouré pour la circonstance de Pierre LAPORTE (Directeur des opérations de la BM pour le Togo), Joëlle DEHASSE, Représentante Résidente de la BM au Togo, de ministres du Gouvernement, de Directeurs de cabinet, de sociétés et de plusieurs autres personnalités. Dans son discours d’ouverture, le Ministre de la Planification du Développement, Kossi ASSIMAIDOU, a dressé un bref bilan des interventions du Groupe de la Banque Mondiale au Togo. Un bilan aux «résultats tangibles dans différents secteurs tels: l’amélioration du cadre macro-économique, la lutte contre la pauvreté, la relance économique via des appuis budgétaires et le financement des projets».

Job #: req2980
Organization: IFC
Sector: Other
Grade: GF
Term Duration: 3 years 0 months
Recruitment Type: Local Recruitment
Location: Lome,TGO, Niamey, Niger, Bamako or Ouagadougou, Benin Cotonou.
Required Language(s): English, French
Preferred Language(s):
Closing Date: 10/14/2019 (MM/DD/YYYY) at 11:59pm UTC


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IFC is recruiting a Country Officer for Togo who will promote and coordinate IFC's investment and advisory activities in the country. The officer will ensure integrated delivery of IFC products and services and maintain the necessary relationships. The role requires close interaction with government officials, corporate clients, the private sector, counterparts in the World Bank Group, international organizations, and key internal stakeholders to develop new business, share information, and support the structuring and negotiation of deals.

The Country Officer will report to the relevant IFC Country Manager and will be based in Lome.

Duties and Accountabilities

Develop and implement, in consultation with the IFC Country Manager, an integrated investment and advisory strategy for IFC activities, including country priorities and business targets for key industry groups, and key engagements for IFC with a particular focus on high impact investment and advisory services projects in sectors such as infrastructure, agribusiness, SME development, manufacturing and services, as well as investment climate issues
Work with investment and advisory teams to develop the pipeline of projects and provide guidance for investment structuring and portfolio management cases
Build and maintain strong relationships with clients, global and regional private businesses, banking and multilateral partners and government officials to develop investment opportunities in sectors with a high developmental impact
In consultation with the program managers, conduct engagements with clients, stakeholders, and donors
Liaise with client and donor partners, and coordination of technical inputs in project design and implementation
Provide guidance and on-ground support in monitoring the progress and impact of projects through regular project monitoring and evaluation of performance;
Provide input on project development and management to the Country Manager, program managers and technical team as needed
Assist the different project teams in coordinating missions, including managing relationships with key clients and stakeholders and to liaise for meetings
Identify opportunities to strengthen solutions offered to clients by involving other parts of WBG based on a good understanding of the products and project requirements of WBG. Participate in specific activities that may necessary to develop and implement IFC 3.0 in country
Accountability for preparation of missions in the country
Accountability for preparation/coordination of any briefing material for the country
Represent and provide visibility for IFC through organizing/participating in high profile events (senior level visits, interviews, seminars and conferences)
Develop market knowledge to ensure that IFC is working with the right sponsors
Take accountability for client selection, ensure the integrity of potential and develop and maintain relationships with these companies and identify business opportunities considering IFC’s strategy, priorities and products
Selection Criteria

A post-graduate degree in economics/ finance/ business management is preferred.
7 - 8 years of relevant experience in investment/commercial banking, public-private partnerships, and/or management/business consulting.
Experience in Africa is strongly preferred.
Ability to assess the viability of business opportunities and potential risks based on strong analytical, finance, financial modeling, credit, and transaction structuring skills.
Good understanding of IFC’s two business lines – Investment and Advisory– their range of products and instruments, how they complement each other, and how they may be leveraged to match the long-term needs of clients and open new markets.
Proven track record in nurturing client relationships, business development, and resolving challenging issues.
Ability to represent IFC externally and to develop and manage relationships with government, media, donors, and other stakeholders.
A successful track record in identifying, structuring and working externally with sponsors and internally with sector staff to create bankable investment potential with advisory components.
A team player with outstanding people management skills, strong influencing skills and ability to work with colleagues from different teams not reporting directly to this position, to achieve objectives while maintaining strong client service orientation.
Strong analytical and presentation skills, working with data using standard office software Excel, Word, PowerPoint.

Excellent written and oral communication skills in English and French.
The World Bank Group values diversity and encourages all qualified candidates who are nationals of World Bank Group member countries to apply, regardless of gender, gender identity, religion, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or disability. Sub-Saharan African nationals, Caribbean nationals, and female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

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