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Ministry of Finance Ghana Recruitment Details:

CompanyMinistry of Finance Ghana
Posts3 Vacancies
CategoryJob Vacancies
LocationAccra
Deadline09 November, 2020
Websitehttps://www.mofep.gov.gh/

Available Job Positions & Details

The following positions are available at Ministry of Finance Ghana. Explore for your position of choice and then apply according to the information provided.


1. Job Title: Procurement Assistant

REPUBLIC OF GHANA – MINISTRY OF FINANCE

• GHANA ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION PROJECT (GETP)
• IDA CREDIT NUMBER 6465-GH
• SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE
• REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (REOI)
• (CONSULTING SERVICES – INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANTS SELECTION)

Background

The World Bank is providing funding support to the Government of Ghana (GOG) for the implementation of the Ghana Economic Transformation Project. The overall development objective of the Project is to promote private investments and firm growth in non-resource-based sectors. The guiding principle of the Project is to promote and strengthen a growth model that is conducive to economic transformation, to achieve higher rates of investment and productivity growth across the economy, especially in non-resource-based sectors. The Project has four components, as follows:

• Component 1 – Enabling investments: This component will focus on improving the enabling business environment, investment attraction capacity, and the quality infrastructure support system for companies that want to invest and grow their businesses in Ghana.
• Component 2 – Crowding-in investments: Promoting spatial and industrial planning and development: This component will focus on enhancing the Government’s programs in investment promotion and spatial development (including Special Economic Zones), thereby addressing the constraint to access quality industrial land in the country.
• Component 3 – Accelerating Entrepreneurship and Micro Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) growth: This component will support entrepreneurship and MSME growth in non-resource-based sectors, addressing specifically the limited development of the MSME and entrepreneurship support ecosystem, including early stage financing.
• Component 4 – Project Management and Evaluation: This component will finance project management activities including fiduciary responsibilities, procurement, communication and dissemination, as well as monitoring and evaluation of project implementation and its impact. This will include capacity building for the Project Coordinating Unit (PCU), the Economic Transformation Unit and the Resource Mobilization and Economic Relations Division (RMERD) within the Ministry of Finance (MOF).

PROCUREMENT ASSISTANT – REFERENCE NO. GH-MOFEP-197535-CS-INDV

The Procurement Assistant is to assist and support the Procurement Specialist in the discharge and performance of his responsibilities and duties.

Duties and Responsibilities of the Consultant

The Procurement Assistant shall work under the direct supervision of the Procurement Specialist in providing clerical and other technical assistance working with procurement documentation.

Specifically, the Procurement Assistant would be required to carry out the following duties:

• Assist with review all available project documents to enhance procurement procedures for the management and implementation of the Project;
• Assist in establishing a Procurement Management System for the Project Coordinating Unit and the Implementing Agencies based on the guidelines and procedures for the conduct of procurement under Government regulations for the procurement of goods, works and services under the Ghana Public Procurement Act/World Bank or other funding partners Procurement Guidelines as appropriate;
• Assist in setting up a procurement management tracking system that would monitor the implementation of procurement activities;
• Assist in consultation with the Implementing Agencies, prepare and update the Project’s Annual Procurement Plan, detailing contract packages for goods and services, the estimated cost for each package, the procurement or selection methods and processing times till completion of each procurement activity;
• Assist in monitoring procurement implementation and update the procurement plans prepared at the beginning of the Project, for the procurement of goods, and the procurement of Consultant’s services, annually and whenever it becomes necessary to do so;
• Assist in preparing the annual General Procurement Notices (GPNs), and Specific Procurement Notices (SPNs), and Request for Expressions of Interest (REOIs) whenever required;
• Assist in establishing a register of qualified suppliers and consultants and periodically update this register;
• Assist, in consultation with the IAs, coordinate the preparation of Terms of Reference (TORs) for the preparation of Requests for Proposals (RFPs) on consulting assignments, and Specifications for the preparation of bidding documents for goods and activities, using standard documentation agreed with GoG/World Bank and other funding agencies, and participate in the evaluation of Expressions of Interest for shortlists and pre-qualification of suppliers and contractors where necessary;
• Assist and participate in bid opening sessions, evaluate goods bids and consultants’ proposals, and ensure that the appropriate guidelines are followed to arrive at the recommendations for award in favour of suppliers and consultants;
• Assist in the maintenance and update of the procurement filing and contract documentation system that is in place to ensure timely and quality data and information storage and retrieval to assist and support procurement operations and auditing of the GET project;
• Assist with the maintenance of project procurement files, ensure that full documentation linkages exist between procurement and financial management and report all inconsistencies and missing documentation to the Procurement Specialist for appropriate action;
• Assist in all procurement activities undertaken by the PCU in providing various forms of assistance as delegated by the Procurement Specialist at appropriate stages in the procurement of goods, works, consulting services and non – consulting services for both the PCU and other Implementing Agencies as appropriate; and
• Any other duties as delegated or assigned by the Procurement Specialist in furtherance of the achievements of the objectives and targets of Project.

Reporting

• The Procurement Assistant shall work under the direct supervision of the Procurement Specialist. The Procurement Assistant will submit oral, and written reports for review by the Procurement Specialist in both hard and electronic copies and linked to aspects of above outputs as may be delegated or assigned to him/her from time to time.

Duration of Assignment

• The assignment will be for two years, with the possibility of renewal subject to work requirements and satisfactory performance of the life of the GETP.

Competency and Expertise Requirement

• Bachelor’s Degree in Procurement/Supply Chain or related field; Master’s degree preferred;
• Applicant must have had at least 3 years of demonstrable practical hands-on experience in the Selection of Consultants, Procurement of Goods, Works and Non – Consulting Services;
• Applicant must be computer literate and must have a working knowledge of the use of MSOffice suite of products;
• Familiarity with Contracting and Contract Administration issues will be an added advantage; and
• Extensive experience in public procurement or procurement under donor funded projects or programmes.
• Applicant must be familiar with the World Bank Systematic Tracking of Exchanges in Procurement (STEP) software.

How To Apply

Required Documents

The application should include the following documents:

• An updated CV
• Copies of relevant diplomas (university degrees, etc.)

The Consultant will be selected in accordance with Individual Consultant Selection Method as set out in the Procurement Regulations for IPF Borrowers (Procurement in Investment Project Financing Goods, Works, Non-Consulting and Consulting Services [July 2016 Revised November 2017 and August 2018]).

Submission of Expressions of Interest
Interested Consultants may obtain further clarification and Terms of Reference, preferably by e-mail, at the address below from 9.00AM to 4.00PM, Monday through Friday (except on public holidays).

Expressions of interest shall be in English and must be delivered via electronic submissions to the following email addresses: [email protected] and [email protected] by 10.00am on Monday, November 9, 2020.

THE PROJECT COORDINATOR
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
BOX MB 40, ACCRA, GHANA

ATTN: PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST
PROJECT OFFICE
SHIPPERS HOUSE
GHANA ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION PROJECT
THIRD FLOOR, CONFERENCE ROOM
TEL: 0247404444
GA 078-6244

Closing Date: 09 November, 2020


2. Job Title: Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist

Background

The World Bank is providing funding support to the Government of Ghana (GOG) for the implementation of the Ghana Economic Transformation Project. The overall development objective of the Project is to promote private investments and firm growth in non-resource-based sectors. The guiding principle of the Project is to promote and strengthen a growth model that is conducive to economic transformation, to achieve higher rates of investment and productivity growth across the economy, especially in non-resource-based sectors. The Project has four components, as follows:

• Component 1 – Enabling investments: This component will focus on improving the enabling business environment, investment attraction capacity, and the quality infrastructure support system for companies that want to invest and grow their businesses in Ghana.
• Component 2 – Crowding-in investments: Promoting spatial and industrial planning and development: This component will focus on enhancing the Government’s programs in investment promotion and spatial development (including Special Economic Zones), thereby addressing the constraint to access quality industrial land in the country.
• Component 3 – Accelerating Entrepreneurship and Micro Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) growth: This component will support entrepreneurship and MSME growth in non-resource-based sectors, addressing specifically the limited development of the MSME and entrepreneurship support ecosystem, including early stage financing.
• Component 4 – Project Management and Evaluation: This component will finance project management activities including fiduciary responsibilities, procurement, communication and dissemination, as well as monitoring and evaluation of project implementation and its impact. This will include capacity building for the Project Coordinating Unit (PCU), the Economic Transformation Unit and the Resource Mobilization and Economic Relations Division (RMERD) within the Ministry of Finance (MOF).

MONITORING AND EVALUATION SPECIALIST – REFERENCE NO. GH-MOFEP-197534-CS-INDV

The Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist is to establish the Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) function and system for the GETP and especially with regard effective operation through engagement of key stakeholders including implementing partners, primary project beneficiaries and other stakeholders. This will be undertaken through the joint development of a shared M&E system among key stakeholders. This will be supported by facilitating stakeholders to undertake their own M&E activities and to link these into an overall assessment of project progress and needed actions. The M&E Specialist will thus guide the overall strategy and implementation of the M&E function and system and provide timely and relevant information to project stakeholders including the World Bank.

Duties and Responsibilities of the Consultant

The M&E Specialist’s detailed tasks will include, but not be limited to the following:

• Establish the indicator-based M&E plan and institutional framework, systems, and operations of the GETP and its objectives and strategy including detailed design of data collection, analysis, and reporting plan for each indicator, M&E implementation arrangements, roles and responsibilities, work plan and budget and ensure that the M&E system is aligned to and supports the Management Information System (MIS) of MoF;
• Liaise with primary TIAs and Private Sector stakeholders and other staff to ensure a two-way flow of information on implementation;
• Work with the TIAs and external consultants to define and establish the DLIs protocols and also monitor Results Framework and DLI table which are included in the PAD and published online and approved by the World Bank;
• Ensure that an effective and participatory M&E system and methodology are established consistent with a robust M&E function;
• Supervise the implementation of approved M&E Work plans and, during implementation, if required, update and amend the M&E process following ongoing consultation with stakeholders, partners, and beneficiaries;
• Generating and assessing information required for monitoring and reporting on key operational and performance indicators and outcome objectives established for the Project as detailed in approved work plans and results frameworks;
• Promoting accountability by drawing on information, efficiency and effectiveness to assess and communicate whether project activities are likely to achieve expected results and/or realize its objectives;
• Identifying and promoting the actions necessary to improve implementation;
• Preparing and implementing an approved evaluation plan to ensure effective assessment of intermediate and project outcome evaluations;
• Overseeing the preparation of monthly, quarterly progress reports and annual report;
• Coordinate the preparation of mid-term evaluation report, and end-of- project report;
• Develop simple reporting formats to be used in collecting data by the Project implementing agencies which will be compatible with the available Management Information Software;
• Develop and maintain partnerships with implementing TIAs to assist in the monitoring and evaluation of GETP;
• Undertake regular visits to the field to support implementation of M&E and identify where adaptations might be needed;
• Conduct in-house M&E training for GETP staff & other key TIAs;
• Supervise the activities of the M&E section of the GETP;
• Advise the Project Coordinator on all M&E systems relating to the Project;
• Any other duties assigned by the Director, RMERD.

Deliverables

The Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist shall submit the following reports:
I. Weekly performance tracking reports to the Project Coordinator,
II. Monthly, Quarterly and Annual reports on the following
a. Current status of indicators in the Results Framework
b. Regular field visits which will identify where adaptations might be needed to support implementation of M&E
c. In-house M&E training for GETP staff & TIAs

The reports should provide information on whether or not project activities are likely to achieve expected results and/or realise project objectives based on an assessment of the efficiency and effectiveness of information gathered. The reports must include recommendations of necessary action to improve project implementation.

Outputs of this assignment include:

• An overall Monitoring and Evaluation Coordination Plan with manuals, systems, procedures, tools for data collection and Implementation
• Arrangements with clear specification of roles and responsibilities of all relevant institutions and individuals.
• M&E indicators and DLIs protocols defined and established.
• Monitor the Results Framework and the DLI’s as contained in the GETP PAD, and also the general operations of the GETP and its objectives and strategies in coordination with the various TIAs.
• A Work Plan and Budget for the development and implementation of the monitoring and evaluation coordination plan and results framework.
• Maintain a participatory monitoring and evaluation system involving institutions and individuals involved with the implementation of key activities
• Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly and Annual reports on performance of implementing partners towards the realization of the objectives of the GETP.
• Reports on other duties assigned by Director RMERD or the Project Coordinator.

Duration of Assignment

• The assignment will be for two years, with the possibility of renewal subject to work requirements and satisfactory performance of the life of the GETP.

Reporting Requirements

• The M&E Specialist will operate at the GETP PCU. The M&E Specialist will coordinate with other Project Implementing Units of the TIAs to ensure that coherent and standard M&E data gathering and reporting systems are in line with the Project Development Objective (PDO) and Key Performance Indicators (KPI) established for the Programme. The M&E Specialist will report to the Project Coordinator and PCU to ensure that the M&E requirements under the Ghana GETP are developed and implemented efficiently and effectively.

• The M&E Specialist will also establish close and cooperative working relationships with the World Bank M&E Specialist team based in the Country Office in Accra.

Competency and Expertise Requirements

The successful candidate shall be a highly technically accomplished professional, well organized; with excellent communications skills and have the following qualifications, expertise and experience:

• Post-graduate degree in Statistics, Economics, Monitoring & Evaluation, a field related to development and/or management and experience in field research;
• A minimum of 8 years of proven experience in M&E;
• Knowledge and experience in logical framework approach and other strategic planning approaches including M&E methods and approaches (including quantitative, qualitative and participatory);
• Experience with planning, design, implementation of M&E systems;
• Experience in delivering capacity building & training in M&E development and implementation;
• Leadership qualities, personnel and team management (including mediation and conflict resolution).
• M&E working experience in relevant public and\or private sector settings and in providing advice to policy and programme decision makers
• Proven track record working with different teams across institutions, particularly the Government of Ghana;
• Analytical skills, ability to develop and implement M&E IT systems;
• Knowledge of M&E software and applications;
• Strong computer skills and experience in data processing;
• Report writing and presentation skills;
• Statistical skills are essential;
• Integrity and Confidentiality;
• Fluency in written and oral English is essential
• Capacity to work under tight deadlines and to handle potentially controversial and/or very sensitive issues that require clarity, accuracy and speedy responses

How To Apply

Required Documents
The application should include the following documents:

• An updated CV
• Copies of relevant diplomas (university degrees, etc.)

The Consultant will be selected in accordance with Individual Consultant Selection Method as set out in the Procurement Regulations for IPF Borrowers (Procurement in Investment Project Financing Goods, Works, Non-Consulting and Consulting Services [July 2016 Revised November 2017 and August 2018]).

Submission of Expressions of Interest

Interested Consultants may obtain further clarification and Terms of Reference, preferably by e-mail, at the address below from 9.00AM to 4.00PM, Monday through Friday (except on public holidays).

Expressions of interest shall be in English and must be delivered via electronic submissions to the following email addresses: [email protected] and [email protected] by 10.00am on Monday, November 9, 2020.

THE PROJECT COORDINATOR
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
BOX MB 40, ACCRA, GHANA

ATTN: PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST
PROJECT OFFICE

ATTN: PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST
PROJECT OFFICE
SHIPPERS HOUSE
GHANA ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION PROJECT
THIRD FLOOR, CONFERENCE ROOM
TEL: 0247404444
GA 078-6244

Closing Date: 09 November, 2020


3. Job Title: Technical Specialist – GH-MOFEP-133819-CS-INDV

Background

The World Bank is providing funding support to the Government of Ghana (GOG) for the implementation of the Ghana Economic Transformation Project. The overall development objective of the Project is to promote private investments and firm growth in non-resource-based sectors. The guiding principle of the Project is to promote and strengthen a growth model that is conducive to economic transformation, to achieve higher rates of investment and productivity growth across the economy, especially in non-resource-based sectors.

The Project has four components, as follows:

• Component 1 – Enabling investments: This component will focus on improving the enabling business environment, investment attraction capacity, and the quality infrastructure support system for companies that want to invest and grow their businesses in Ghana.
• Component 2 – Crowding-in investments: Promoting spatial and industrial planning and development: This component will focus on enhancing the Government’s programs in investment promotion and spatial development (including Special Economic Zones), thereby addressing the constraint to access quality industrial land in the country.
• Component 3 – Accelerating Entrepreneurship and Micro Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) growth: This component will support entrepreneurship and MSME growth in non-resource-based sectors, addressing specifically the limited development of the MSME and entrepreneurship support ecosystem, including early stage financing.
• Component 4 – Project Management and Evaluation: This component will finance project management activities including fiduciary responsibilities, procurement, communication and dissemination, as well as monitoring and evaluation of project implementation and its impact. This will include capacity building for the Project Coordinating Unit (PCU), the Economic Transformation Unit and the Resource Mobilization and Economic Relations Division (RMERD) within the Ministry of Finance (MOF).

PROJECT COMPONENT 2 TECHNICAL SPECIALIST – GH-MOFEP-133819-CS-INDV

Duties and Responsibilities of the Consultant

The Consultant will be required to provide technical support to the implementing agencies of the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MoTI), Ghana Free Zones Authority (GFZA), and Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) in charge of activities related to the Component 2 of the Project. The activities under this Component will assist the Government of Ghana to put in place a sound framework and processes for spatial planning and development (including Special Economic Zones), that can lead to increased investments and to maximize their economic rate of return in terms of jobs, incomes and productivity growth.

Under the supervision of the Project Coordinator, the Consultant will undertake the following tasks:

• Work closely with the relevant Implementation Agencies (IAs) and the Project Coordinating Unit (PCU) Team to plan and deliver on the objectives of the Project Component.
• Coordinate with partners and stakeholders for the effective implementation of the Project.
• Oversee/monitor the implementation of the project component activities and provide overall guidance to the institutions mentioned above in terms of technical implementation of the project component activities.
• Provide expertise/technical support and strategic advice to the IAs in developing project implementation work plans and budgets.
• Ensure timely and effective management of the Project and implementation of all activities listed in the Work Plan (WP)
• Assist in drafting progress reports against agreed performance indicators;
• Participate in project coordination and peer review meetings with Project Team
• Assist the IAs in drafting the Technical ToRs relating to the Component for consultancy assignments
• Review draft documents prepared by various experts and provide substantive actionable comments on draft documents produced to improve the quality, consistency and strategic contribution
• Contribute to the analysis and drafting of excerpts of the technical documents, as needed
• Assist in facilitating workshops and consultations with beneficiaries, other consultants and institutions involved in project activities
• Contribute and provide inputs to the reports to be generated by the IAs
• Collect data, document the results of the Project and assist in preparing progress reports, including inputs to the Project’s M&E plan.
• Support the accurate and timely submission of quarterly, annual and end of project activity progress/narrative reports and financial reports pertaining to the relevant IAs.
• Identify lessons learned and best practices from the project implementation process and provide the necessary support for improving the GETP activities at all levels;
• Arrange skills transfer and knowledge sharing opportunities with the IAs
• Provide other guidance upon request.

Duration of Assignment

The expert will be contracted for an initial period of 24 months. The assignment may however, be extended on an annual basis if the Consultant performs well in her/his tasks and responsibilities as evaluated by the PCU, taking into account inputs from relevant stakeholders including the relevant implementing agencies

Consultant Qualifications and Experience

The position requires work of a conceptual, analytical and advisory nature at the higher professional level related to development, and project work that require substantive innovation and may involve some functions that are supervisory in nature to oversee project activities.

Qualifications at this level include an advance degree and relevant experience commensurate with the job. Specifically, the Consultant will possess the following qualifications and experience:

• Advanced degree in any of the following: Economics, Law, Business Administration/Management, Development Studies, Public Policy, Project Management, Economics, Law, Business Administration/Management, Development Studies, or related discipline;
• At least 8 years of relevant professional experience in supporting and providing technical assistance to public institutions, preferably in the areas of Special Economic Zones, Industrial Parks, or Free Zones development and operation.
• Proven ability to technically backstop and manage complex project work
• Experience in managing or working on donor funded projects a plus
• Experience working with the Ghanaian Private sector
• Demonstrated experience in writing technical TORs
• Ability to identify, analyze and propose practical solutions to managerial, technical and broad range of operational issues
• Excellent written communication skills, including the ability to write succinctly and persuasively in plain English of publishable quality and to build stakeholder understanding and buy-in of more complex situations
• Ability to work under pressure with tight deadlines, including the ability to integrate feedback of team, manage and facilitate group discussions.

How To Apply

Submission of Expressions of Interest

Interested Consultants may obtain further clarification and Terms of Reference, preferably by e-mail, at the address below from 9.00AM to 4.00PM, Monday through Friday (except on public holidays).

Expressions of interest shall be in English and must be delivered via electronic submissions to the following email addresses: [email protected] and [email protected] by 10.00am on Monday, November 9, 2020.

THE PROJECT COORDINATOR
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
BOX MB 40, ACCRA, GHANA

ATTN: PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST
PROJECT OFFICE

ATTN: PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST
PROJECT OFFICE
SHIPPERS HOUSE
GHANA ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION PROJECT
THIRD FLOOR, CONFERENCE ROOM
TEL: 0247404444
GA 078-6244

Closing Date: 09 November, 2020


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