Current Recruitment at The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)

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 invite applications from suitably qualified candidates for the positions below:

 

 

Job Title: Junior Accountant, Community Levy Analysis & Reconciliation

Location: Abuja
Institution: Ecowas Commission
Grade: P2 / P3
Status: Permanent
Departement: Finance
Directorate: Budget & Treasury
Division: Budget & Treasury
Line Supervisor: Accountant, Community Levy Account Management
Supervising: Accounting Assistants

Role Overview

  • The incumbent reports directly to the Accountant – Community Levy and has the responsibility for assisting with the execution of the financial policies and regulations in the area of Community Levy (CL) Management and production of CL financial statement including income & Expenditure statement, Balance sheet and other reports as may be required by management. Ensure all CL ledgers are reconciled and maintain an updated record of all accounts.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Ensure an up-to-date reconciliation of all Community Levy ledgers so as to certify the validity of financial statements in accordance with existent regulations;
  • Regularly update and maintain records of member States levy deposits and assessments
  • Review posting of transactions into the accounting software;
  • Assist in liaising with the central banks to provide monthly bank statements for all levy proceeds account
  • Check and certify the correctness of the bank reconciliation statements and ensure that they are filed safely for the review of both internal and external auditors;
  • Assist in the preparation of periodic and annual community levy reports;
  • Carry out any other duties that may be assigned.

Academic Qualification And Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Accounting or Finance from a recognized university.
  • 3 years of progressively responsible experience in accounting, finance, administration, budget, business administration or related area, is required;
  • Familiarity with administrative and financial policies and procedures; knowledge and understanding of theories, concepts and approaches relevant to particular sector or specialized field;
  • Technical ability to identify issues, analyze and participate in the resolution of issues/problems and to assist with data collection using various methods.

Age Limit:

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

Ecowas Key Competencies:

  • Ability to  execute tasks, contact colleagues and contribute as needed towards  decision making to ensure tasks are completed in a timely manner;
  • Ability to respect chain of command in an appropriate manner;
  • Ability to respect chain of command in an appropriate manner;
  • Ability to guide own work by setting and monitoring goals with strong personal initiative and commitment to ECOWAS;
  • Ability to model and advocate for compliance, good work ethics, flexibility and persistence to get job done coupled with an ability to influence positive teamwork and cooperation;
  • Ability to work in teams to carry out semi-routine work including assigning work, training and checking work.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to engage with clients in positive exchanges that establishes mutual expectations, understanding and reduces uncertainties and conflicts;
  • Ability to keep  clients informed on matters of relevance to expectations, establishing “bring forward” systems and introducing other procedures/techniques to ensure that service standards are maintained;
  • Ability to make decisions based on guidelines, procedures and precedents and maintain confidentiality and discretion with clients;
  • Good judgement and demonstrated ability to be assertive – rather than passive or aggressive when interacting with clients;
  • Well-developed problem-solving, critical thinking and conflict resolution skills.
  • Ability to perceive the moods and feelings of others, and to understand the attitude, interests, needs, and perspectives of others;
  • Well-developed ability to relate well with people from varied backgrounds, open to understanding diverse cultural differences especially within West Africa;
  • Ability to listen attentively to people’s ideas, requests and concerns and to explain to others the need for diversity management in every day workplace practices;
  • Ability and responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work;
  • Ability to factor in diversity when providing services, responding to requests, recognizing and releasing preconceived notions and stereotypical views of certain groups and individuals.
  • Basic understanding of the ECOWAS organization mandate and its functions;
  • Ability to explain the functional area assigned to and the contributions it makes to the organization and its mandate;
  • Knowledge of ECOWAS semi-routine procedures, processes and practices as it relates to assigned responsibilities and information systems;
  • Ability to apply ECOWAS standards in emailing, reporting, correspondences, etc. and to contribute to implementing associated changes as directed.
  • Ability to carefully review and check the accuracy of information in work reports provided by management, management information systems or other individuals;
  • Good knowledge of office monitoring indicators of relevance to own work and ability to provide brief reports or updates;
  • Ability to edit, check, track and review documents prepared by others and reorganize data or information according to instructions using latest technology;
  • Efficiently retrieves, inputs, edits, formats, transmits and links electronic file data used for analysis and understands  data management operations;
  • Ability to condense information and/or produce concise summary notes to help others with decision-making, problem solving and/or assessment of work.
  • Demonstrated computer skills to communicate using tools, to write and format documents appropriately for presentation, the web, proposals, reports and other documents;
  • Ability to proofread, edit and revise documents to ensure they follow standard conventions for punctuation and mechanics and formatted in accordance to ECOWAS communication standards;
  • Ability to relay/redirect complete and accurate messages to appropriate persons/departments;
  • 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 organize information and materials for others, solving minor problems and checking for completeness and compliance to standards and instructions;
  • Knowledge of techniques to prioritize tasks in fast paced workplace with frequent interruptions and moving deadlines and adaptability/ flexibility to meet work expectations;
  • Understanding and adherence to the policies, procedures and guidelines required to support the ECOWAS planning cycle at the individual and organizational level;
  • Good initiative with an ability to identify what needs to be done and take action in a proactive manner.

Annual Salary

  • UA42,916.53,USD67,713.70 (P2)
  • UA49,106.81,USD77,480.72 (P3)

 

 

Job Title: Procurement Analyst (Codes, Standards & Procedures)

Location: Abuja, Nigeria
Grade: P3 / P4
Status: Permanent
Division: Procurement
Line Supervisor: PPO Procurement
Institution: ECOWAS Commission
Directorate: Administration and General Services
Department: General Administration and Conference

Role Overview

  • Under the supervision of the Head of the procurement Division, this position has the responsibility for the management of the daily procurement activities in the division by ensuring that procurement procedures (including for Grants) conducted within the Commission are in conformity with its laws and regulations, donors’ requirements and those of other stakeholders.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Provide day-to-day active technical support and advice as related to procurement and contract management, at all stages of the procurement cycle in line with the ECOWAS Standard Procurement Procedures;
  • Maintain application of relevant Donor’s Guidelines for project related procurement of construction works, goods and services and Intellectual services;
  • Prepare Procurement and Monitoring Plans for ECOWAS Commission procurement activities;
  • Formulate strategies and design innovative solutions if necessary to resolve issues/conflicts related to the implementation of the Procurement Procedures;
  • Support in the preparation and finalization of a variety of procurement-related documents (Standard biding documents, Standard evaluation reports, standard contracts, Standard Procurement reports Templates);
  • Support in the finalization of the revised Procurement Manual and the preparation of the Grant Manual;
  • Monitor progress of contracts implementation to ensure that it abides by the stipulated standards procedures and planned procurement timetable;
  • Identify any delays/issues relating to the implementation of the Procurement Procedures within the Institutions;
  • Take care of any other official mission assigned to him by his Superiors.

Academic Qualifications and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in Business Administration, Public Administration, Commerce, Supply Chain, Law or a related field from a recognized university;
  • 5 years of progressively responsible experience in Procurement and /or Supply chain Management for a Public Institution, International Organization, NGO or Multilateral Aid Agencies;
  • Knowledge of procurement policies, processes and procedures of Development Partners such as World Bank, African Development Bank, European Union;
  • Knowledge of an Enterprise Resource Planning system or other procurement related management system;
  •  Relevant training in Procurement or Supply chain Management will be an advantage.

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 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 rules and procedures of ECOWAS associated assigned responsibilities and ability to explain these clearly to others;
  • 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;
  • 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;

Age Limit:

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

Annual Salary

  • UA49,106.81, USD77,480.72 (P3)
  • UA56,591.37, USD89,289.87 (P4)

 

 

Job Title: Research & Markets Officer

Location: Banjul, the Gambia
Institution: ECOWAS Commission
Grade: P3 / P4
Status: Permanent
Agency: Ecowas Regional Competition Authority (ERCA)
Departement: Trade, Customs, Free Movement And Tourism
Directorate: Operations
Division: Competition & Economic Research Analysis
Line Supervisor: PPO Competition & Economic Research Analysis

Role Overview

  • The Programme Officer Research and Markets has the responsibility for the management of the daily research and markets analysis in the Division.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Undertake research and diagnostics of sector or industry-level market competition constraints, through; competition, rapid assessment tools and standard competition indicators and the application of quantitative and qualitative analytical tools to evaluate competition issues in the region;
  • Implement pro-competition market regulations and relevant programs and initiatives, including technical assistance on competition policy, through technical advice, policy dialogue and support to client countries;
  • Assist the Principal Officer in mainstreaming the principles of competition policy within ECOWAS’ private sector programs and investments to allow for efficient entry and avoid distortions to the playing field;
  • Support and manage projects with competition policy components, with a focus on removing sector-specific constraints to the development of competition in sectors concerned (e.g. agribusiness, infrastructure, finance);
  • Contribute to the development of collaborative partnerships with external partners involved in promoting competition in the region and contribute to a coherent strategy across teams for the benefit of the region;
  • Contribute to the development of monitoring and evaluation indicators for competition interventions as well as analyse the impact of competition policy interventions. This includes advising regional and sectoral colleagues on the competition dimension of their reform programs and ensuring competition issues are adequately captured by the product-specific M&E systems.
  • Research, collect and compile data/information;
  • Maintain and update quantitative and qualitative economic databases;
  • Process, consolidate, and transform data sets within and between databases using statistical and/or econometric techniques;
  • Evaluate economic, financial or statistical relationships in databases;
  • Analyse economic time series data;
  • Assist with the rigorous economic analysis of data/information;
  • Assist in the administration and execution of activities to build capacity with regards to the economics of competition.
  • Assist with any other duties as maybe assigned by the supervisor.

Academic Qualifications and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Economics, Statistics or any related field of study from a recognized University;
  • 5 years’ experience in  research and statistics, managing and disseminating data;
  • Knowledge of terminological and reference research techniques with the ability to use all sources of reference and information to conduct complex research and analyze data;
  • Knowledge of data management and statistical harmonization methodologies;
  • Knowledge of design and implementation of database and data dissemination computer systems and softwares;
  • Knowledge and understanding of the purpose and objectives of the Competition Act, the Competition Commission and the South African economy is highly recommended;
  • Knowledge in the use of statistical and econometric methods and programs in economic development research, and ability to integrate multidisciplinary methodologies;
  • Knowledge in macroeconomic research methodology as well as in the design and management of research projects, conceptualization and publication;
  • Knowledge of economic development issues and policies of West African countries and the availability of professional publications
  • Ability to apply statistical methods to the collection and management of information.

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.

Client Service Orientation:

  • 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 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.

Annual Salary

  • UA39,430.35,USD62,213.20 (P3)
  • UA46,169.48,USD72,846.21 (P4).

 

Job Title: Programme Officer, Border Management

Location: Abuja, Nigeria
Grade: P3 / P4
Status: Permanent
Institution: ECOWAS COMMISSION
Directorate: Free Movement Of Persons
Division: Migration & Border Management
Department: Trade, Customs, Free Movement
Line Supervisor: PPO Migration & Border Management
Supervising: Programme Assistant

Role Overview

  • The Programme Officer, Border Management is under the supervision of the PPO Border Management and Migration whom s / he assists in the development of strategies and programs related to the Border Management.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Assist in the implementation of the Protocol on Free Movement of Persons, the Right of Residence and Establishment through dialogue with Member States;
  • Assist in the harmonizing the procedures for ECOWAS Travel Documents;
  • Simplifying immigration formalities for ECOWAS nationals by ensuring acceptance of the use of accepted travel documents;
  • Assist in information dissemination on the Protocol relating to Free Movement of Persons, the Right of Residence and Establishment;
  • Assist in developing policies and procedures for the elimination of harassments on the highways and at the borders.

Academic Qualifications And Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in the Social Sciences, Business Administration, International Relations, International Diplomacy, Public Administration, Sociology, History, Law or Political Science from a recognized University.
  • 5 years’ work experience in the area of regional integration competitive trade, acquisition planning, supply chain management, procurement, infrastructure and natural resources management, programme development and management;
  • Demonstrated knowledge of West-African regional cross-border cooperation, West African migrations and migration policies protocol on free movement, the Right of Residence and Establishment and boundary delineation and demarcation.
  • Conceptual, analytical and evaluative knowledge and competence to conduct independent research and analysis, including familiarity with the use of various research sources, including electronic sources on the internet, intranet and other databases;
  • Knowledge and understanding of theories, concepts and approaches relevant to particular sector and functional area, such as the automated system for customs data base;
  • Demonstrate experience in immigration duties will be an added advantage.

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.

Annual Salary

  • UA49,106.81, USD77480.72 (P3)
  • UA56,591.37, USD89,289.87 (P4)

 

 

Job Title: Junior Accountant, Financial Reporting

Location: Abuja, Nigeria
Grade: P1 / P2
Status: Permanent
Departement: Finance
Directorate: Financial Reporting  & Grants
Division: Financial Reporting
Line Supervisor: Accountant, Financial Reporting & Reconciliation
Supervising: Accounting Assistant

Role Overview

  • Under the supervision of the Accountant, Financial Reporting & Reconciliation, the incumbent has a responsibility for the execution of the financial policies and regulations in the area of production of financial statement including income & Expenditure statement, Balance sheet and other reports as may be required by IPSAS and Financial Regulation. Ensure all ledger reconciliations and maintain an update record of all account.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Ensure an up to date reconciliation and analysis of all ledgers so as to certify the validity of financial statements in accordance with existent regulations;
  • Review posting of transactions into the accounting software;
  • Liaise with the banks to provide weekly and monthly bank statements for all the bank

Accounts:

  • Check and certify the correctness of the bank reconciliation statements and ensure that they are filed safely for the review of both internal and external auditors;
  • Liaise with the bank for any errors or misstatements found on the bank statements;
  • Supervise the staff working under him/her;
  • Assist in the year end closing of accounts and preparation of the ECOWAS Commission financial statements;
  • Monthly exports and review of the trial balance of the year in review and note areas with issues;
  • Assist Analyzing of all general ledger accounts (Payables, receivables, Income & expenses) and adjust/propose corrections where necessary;
  • Preparation of journal vouchers and post into accounting system;
  • Amortization/expensing of utilized prepaid accounts;
  • Clearing of GL open items ;
  • Respond and provide requested information/documents to external auditors on issues raised during the year-end audit and recommend/ propose ways to correct them;
  • Assist the Accountant to liaise with external auditors in closing of accounts and preparation of reports;
  • Assist other divisions (accounts payables, bank reconciliation, receivables and grants)with issues/proposed adjustments raised during the financial year audit;
  • Listings of manual journal entries/adjusting entries booked during the year under review and maintaining of all audit files.

Academic Qualification and Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in Accounting or Finance from a recognized university.
  • 2 years relevant work experience in accounting, finance, administration, budget, business administration or related area, is required;
  • Familiarity with administrative and financial policies and procedures with a basic practical understanding of broad theories, concepts and approaches;
  • Ability to provide support services in collecting and analyzing data for anomalies, trends, errors, and answers using various methods and techniques.

Age Limit:

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

Ecowas Key Competencies

  • Ability to motivate self and/or others to engage in and successfully complete tasks at hand;
  • Demonstrated experience leading conversations that will either provide participants with new information, ideas or awareness or elicit feedback;
  • Ability to positively influence co-workers when faced with challenges and work problems to help trigger solutions and build confidence;
  • Ability to respect chain of command in an appropriate manner;
  • Ability to lead in the management of own career and performance and to seek assistance/coaching when required.
  • Well-developed client service skills including a positive  attitude, creative thinking skills, good work ethic, teamwork experience, time management skills, flexibility;
  • Ability to take initiative to resolve problems and improve quality and/or quantity of work by identifying alternative solutions and discussing appropriateness/approach with supervisor;
  • Strong desire to help others and capacity to empathize to generate mutual understanding;
  • Ability to work as part of a team in supporting and addressing the needs of clients and stakeholders;
  • Ability to multitask and to meet client service/stakeholder management standards and objectives of pertinence to assigned responsibilities.
  • Ability to perceive the moods and feelings of others from various cultural backgrounds, and to understand interests, needs, and perspectives so as to prevent/address misunderstandings and complaints;
  • Well-developed ability to relate well with people from varied backgrounds and sound understanding of diverse cultural differences especially within west Africa;
  • Ability to listen attentively to people’s ideas, requests and concerns and to understand and internalize the need for diversity management in everyday workplace practices;
  • Ability and responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work;
  • Ability to factor in diversity when providing services, responding to requests, recognizing and releasing preconceived notions and stereotypical views of certain groups and individuals.
  • Basic understanding of the ECOWAS organization mandate and its functions;
  • Ability to explain the ECOWAS programs and projects relevant to tasks and demonstrated understanding of data used by the department/institution/agency, including knowing where data resides in the system, the ability to see how the data in the system interrelate and how data entries and changes may impact data in other parts of the system.
  • Knowledge of ECOWAS routine procedures and practices as it relates to assigned responsibilities;
  • Ability to apply ECOWAS standards in emailing, reporting, correspondence, etc. and to accept and implement changes as directed.
  • Excellent numeracy skills with the ability to collect, collate, classify and summarize data systematically.
  • Demonstrated ability to assist in conducting primary and secondary research activities in accordance with instructions and/or best practices in research techniques (e.g. interviews, tests, desk research);
  • Ability to identify inconsistencies in reasoning and to articulate findings clearly;
  • Ability to use creativity and initiative in the generation of alternative solutions to a problem;
  • Ability to gather, analyze and arrange information in a logical sequence.
  • Ability to provide useful feedback when asked and to use feedback constructively when given;
  • Demonstrated ability to use computers with superior word-processing skills and proficiency in the use of data base (e.g. access), spreadsheets (e.g. excel), inter/intranet, email and social media;
  • Tact, diplomacy and well-developed interpersonal skills;
  • Ability to write accurate, clear and well-organized text;
  • 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.
  • Well established time management skills with the ability to make well considered/reasoned decisions regarding own work and to follow them through;
  • Ability to use action planning skills, set priorities, develop work goals and identify the steps needed to achieve goals of relevance to own work area;
  • Ability to work well and meet objectives of tasks when under pressure or when exposed to uncertainties, challenges and/or changing work environments;
  • Ability to understand and contribute to team/work unit goals and plans as well as to collective decision-making.

Annual Salary

  • UA36,929.06, USD58,266.68 (P1)
  • UA42,916.53, USD67,713.70 (P2)

 

 

Job Title: Protocol Assistant  – Travels

Location: Abuja
Institution: ECOWAS Commission
Grade: G4/G5/G6
Status: Permanent
Department: General Administration And Conference
Directorate: Conference & Protocol
Division: Protocol
Line Supervisor: Logistics & Reception Officer

Role Overview

  • This position reports to the Logistics & Reception Officer and will be responsible for supporting the booking and coordination of all transport logistics solutions for the ECOWAS Commission and to ensure that these functions are carried out effectively, in harmony, and in accordance with applicable statutory regulations and ECOWAS Travel Policy and operational standards.

 Role & Responsibilities

  • Implement procedures relating to the travel policy of the ECOWAS Commission and provision of necessary support for the provision of optimum travel and ticketing requirements for the Commission, for all modes of transport;
  • Operate the ECOWAS Travel Management Module at the appropriate level of responsibility
  • Support the preparation of  specifications for the outsourcing of  Air Travel and Ticketing Agency services
  • Implement effective procedures to be used in ticketing operations.
  • Obtain quotations from various airlines to find the best flight prices and options and buy and refund airline tickets as requested
  • Manage databases of tickets and other important data related to Air Travel of the Commission;
  • Prepare periodic reports on expenditure and related information regarding travels;
  • Develop itineraries for corporate travel and meetings;
  • May be required to serve in the other units of Protocol Division upon occasion (Immunities and Privileges, Receptions, Consular);
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Academic Qualifications & Experience

  • Brevet de Technicien/Ordinary National Diploma (OND) in Tourism, Logistics Management, Project Management, Travel Management, Social Sciences, or Humanities;
  • IATA Diploma in Travel Sales & Operations, Amadeus, Galileo, SMART Amadeus, Corporate Travel Programs
  • 5 years’ experience in  the specific area of ticketing and travel logistics, preferable in an International Organization or in a multi-lateral setting, and/or experience in international travel arrangements, procedures and processes;
  • Knowledge of travel related processing requirements and logistics, visa applications and processes, ticketing and reservations;
  • Knowledge of ECOWAS conference policies, procedures and practices, accepted norms, rules and customs of international diplomatic protocol, including practices developed within the ECOWAS System;
  • Knowledge of planning and implementation of  administrative and logistical arrangements for meetings, conferences, and workshops within and outside base station;
  • Ability to research, select, organize and summarize information required for the preparation of meetings and to identify issues, formulate opinions, make conclusions and recommendations;
  • Accounting skills  and use of spreadsheets would be an advantage;
  • Extremely strong proficiency in MS Office Suite
  • Knowledge of order and rules of precedence;
  • Basic accounting, graphics design

Age Limit:

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

Ecowas Key Competencies:

  • Ability to assume a credible presence when explaining rules, standards and expectations (e.g. deadlines) to ensure compliance and work expectations are met;
  • Ability to motivate self and/or others to engage in discussions that will result in recommendations to improve processes, templates or other work tools;
  • Ability to engage in positive approaches to team work, participate actively in discussions and the achievement of team goals;
  • Ability to take responsibility for own career and performance with the occasional guidance from the supervisor/mentor;
  • Ability to build capacity of self and others by sharing knowledge, tools, expertise and experience with others to remain proficient and well informed in the execution of assigned role.
  • Interpersonal, listening and multitasking skills with a good understanding of client service responsibilities and role in representing ECOWAS values in all interactions;
  • Ability to take initiative to resolve routine problems associated with assigned tasks using good judgment in involving colleagues or superiors as required;
  • Ability to work as part of a team with the ability to explain client interactions to resolve concerns, problems and improve services;
  • Ability to manage own time effectively and organize own work area in a manner that will meet performance expectations related to assigned client services;
  • Ability to direct people to the appropriate source for further information and ask for help when overwhelmed with client demands.
  • Ability to apply culturally-relevant and appropriate approaches with people from diverse cultural backgrounds;
  • Good diversity management skills to interact with individuals in a manner that is culturally appropriate and in accordance with ECOWAS rules/policies;
  • Ability to recognize preconceived notions and stereotypical views of certain groups and individuals and to successfully adopt inclusive and culturally appropriate behaviors;
  • Ability and responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work;
  • Knowledge of diversity management as it relates to daily work expectations and assigned tasks.
  • Knowledge of the ECOWAS mandate and operational goals of relevance to assigned responsibilities;
  • Ability to keep up-to-date with Departmental activities, schedules and goals of pertinence to own work team, functional area;
  • Knowledge of ECOWAS procedures relevant to assigned work and the ability to apply sound judgment in their application;
  • Demonstrated strong interest and commitment to ECOWAS values and activities in daily assumption of duties.
  • Excellent ability to maintain, process and provide accurate information as part of assigned tasks;
  • Ability to organize files and information for easy retrieval and record keeping;
  • Ability to spot mistakes, act promptly to correct them and learn from experiences;
  • Knowledge and ability to challenge and question fundamental assumptions regarding accepted ways of doing things in the spirit of improvement
  • Ability to use current technology to communicate effectively e.g. office software programs, including spreadsheets, word processing and graphic presentation software; ability to type and format presentations, reports, manuals, newsletters, website content and proficiency in  information communication technologies(ICT);
  • Well-developed information sharing skills using technology and in accordance in established processes and practices;
  • Advanced verbal assertiveness and communication skills with a demonstrated ability to acknowledge and understand the validity of others’ viewpoints and to respond 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 allocate time for specific task in a manner that will meet deadlines and quality/quantity expectations
  • Good organizational skills with an excellent ability to break down work into smaller parts and focusing on the most important steps first;
  • Ability to contribute to maintaining organizational performance standards throughout implementation of new processes, practices and plans adopted by the Department and of relevance to assigned tasks;
  • Ability to monitor progress and to consider new goals in the context of assigned responsibilities;
  • Ability to follow through with commitments made to others.

Annual Salary

  • UA20,166.30,USD 31,818.39 (G4)
  • UA25,527.53, USD40,277.34 (G5)
  • UA30,178.98, USD47,616.39 (G6)

 

 

Job Title: Principal Programme Officer – Competition and Economic Research Analysis

Location: Banjul,The Gambia
Institution: Ecowas Commission
Grade: P5
Status: Permanent
Directorate: Operations
Division: Competition Economic Research Analysis
Line Supervisor: Director Operations
Supervising: Officer Research & Markets

Role Overview

  • The incumbent is responsible for undertaking analysis and diagnostics of sector or industry-level market competition constraints, through competition rapid assessment tools and standard competition indicators; recommending and implementing management decisions on Competition and Economic Research Analysis.
  • He/she will lead a team in conducting economic research, case analysis and competition policy development; ensuring the application of sound economic principles in all work performed.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Undertake analysis and diagnostics of sector or industry-level market competition constraints, through competition rapid assessment tools and standard competition indicators and the application of quantitative and qualitative analytical tools to evaluate competition issues in the region;
  • Unearth challenges facing competition in ECOWAS Member States and propose activities or initiatives to address them;
  • Design action/reform plans and technical assistance programs on competition policy, leading to increased competition based on feasibility analysis (prioritization and sequence) of reforms, such as the elimination/removal of: (i) regulations that restrict the number of firms or ban private investment, (ii) controls on prices and other market variables, (iii) rules that discriminate against certain firms and distort the level playing field;
  • Implement pro-competition market regulations and relevant programs and initiatives, including technical assistance on competition policy, through technical advice, policy dialogue and support to client countries;
  • Mainstream the principles of competition policy within ECOWAS’ private sector programs and investments to allow for efficient entry and avoid distortions to the playing field;
  • Facilitate the development of monitoring and evaluation indicators for competition interventions as well as analyse the impact of competition policy interventions.
  • Advise regional and sectoral colleagues on the competition dimension of their reform programs and ensuring competition issues are adequately captured by the product-specific M&E systems.
  • Support and manage projects with competition policy components, with a focus on removing sector-specific constraints to the development of competition in sectors concerned (e.g. agribusiness, infrastructure, finance);
  • Undertake knowledge generation and dissemination of best practice on competition policies across countries and regions, including indicators and statistics on the status of competition at economy and industry level;
  • Develop collaborative partnerships with external partners involved in promoting competition in the region and contribute to a coherent strategy across teams for the benefit of the region;
  • Facilitate policy dialogue amongst national stakeholders (private and public) as well as authorities (regulatory institution) in view of promoting effective competition amongst operators;
  • Contribute to the development and implementation of internal controls, guidelines, policies and procedures for Research and ensure they are in line with the  strategic objectives and relevant statutory requirements and best practice;
  • Identify research activities and priorities relevant to the development of policy which will support the objectives of the Authority and provide leadership to research teams, including guidance on methodology, data analysis and timelines in accordance with best practice;
  • Contribute to the management of external research projects, including the development of terms of reference, evaluating reports and making recommendations;
  • Assess effectiveness of Investigation plans compiled for cases/projects focused on economic analysis; approving method and approach, as appropriate;
  • Guide the research process from the conceptualization of the case/project through the gathering of information, and its analysis and write-up;
  • Undertake studies at a sectorial/industry level of company behavior/market structure, providing an effective analysis to support or dismiss complaints received.
  • Provide support to external experts in post referral cases, analyzing the integrity of the conclusions reached from an economic perspective.
  • Interpret statutes and economic concepts, providing guidance to the team;
  • Perform any other  relevant duties assigned by the Supervisor

Academic Qualification And Experience

  • Master’s Degree (or equivalent) in Economics, Social Sciences, Business, Administration, International Relations, International Diplomacy, Public Administration, Sociology, History, Law or Political Science from a recognized University
  • 10 years progressively responsible experience in the area of regional integration, trade, infrastructure and natural resources management as well as programme development and management with 5 years at a supervisory level;
  • Demonstrated knowledge of international trade policies and programmes, trade promotion and marketing techniques, issues relating to external trade, external trade regulation and techniques and modern techniques for promoting trade;
  • Demonstrated knowledge of economic analysis, diagnostics of sector or industry-level market competition rapid assessment tools and standard competition indicators and the application of quantitative and qualitative analytical tools.

Age Limit:

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

ECOWAS Key Competencies

  • Ability to lead in assigned programmes and projects by providing the necessary managerial and operational expertise required for the fulfillment of the organization’s mandate (e.g. establish networks, benchmarks);
  • Ability to lead by example and organize teamwork to encourage cooperation to achieve targeted results, champion and build momentum for change and to bring about employee engagement; develops and implements internal controls for pilot program to manage potential barriers to implementation;
  • Excellent self-management skills, demonstrating ethics and integrity and displaying due regards for internal controls of rules, delegations and transparency;
  • Ability to bring together complementary skills/expertise, assess individual contributions and recognize/address accomplishments and shortcomings in a manner that brings continued success to the organization;
  • Knowledge of program management at the level usually acquired from a certification in program management (e.g. Managing Successful Programmes (MSP) or Program Management Professional PgMP).
  • Ability to research benchmarks and trends to bring about the best recommendations for the development and improvement of programs/projects that will best serve the community/organization;
  • Well-developed networking and interpersonal skills to seek feedback, information and data from a network of professionals from multiple countries/sectors/organizations and to identify and prioritize the most critical community requirements;
  • Ability to manage and co-ordinate client management initiatives (e.g. feedback loops, surveys, studies, needs assessments) and make recommendations;
  • Ability to develop and implement best practices in client services (e.g. dashboards, incentive management, feedback mechanisms);
  • Ability to develop and implement stakeholder management plans, programs and initiatives to obtain buy-in on new initiatives, to better understand dissenting views, to obtain resources and to increase perceptions of success.
  • Diplomacy, tact and respect of other people from varied backgrounds, understanding diverse cultural views especially within west Africa with the ability to convert diversity into opportunities to improve program/operational outcomes;
  • Ability to create a diverse and inclusive interactive environment that benefits from diverse strengths bringing together innovative practices;
  • Ability to remain objective in appraisals, evaluations and in managing conflict regardless of cultural differences positions or opinions, and encourages staff to overcome cultural barriers and background differences;
  • Ability to serve the interest of a culturally diverse multinational teams/organizations/communities without prejudice, bias or sympathy to a select group.
  • Knowledge of the Community mandate, strategic plan/priorities as well as the economic, political and social state/trends of member states, especially as pertains to own scope of work;
  • Ability to analyze a situation by way of indicators (e.g. performance, technical) to assess the costs, benefits, risks, and chances for success, in making a decisions;
  • Ability to pull together information from different sources to identify the source of problems, consequences of alternative courses of action, potential obstacles and ways to avoid the problem in the future;
  • Ability to break down very complex situations/information into simple terms (using charts, diagrams, effective expository writing) to explain recommendations and conclusions aimed at solving problems or improving operations/programs/projects;
  • Ability to develop new insights into situations, apply innovative solutions to problems and to design new methods of addressing issues/disconnects where established methods and procedures are inapplicable, unavailable or no longer effective.
  • Proficiency in oral and written French and English languages;
  • Ability to communicate with impact, clearly and concisely in a succinct and organized manner conveying credibility & confidence when making presentations, setting expectations and explaining complex issues;
  • Ability to listen intently and correctly interpret messages from others and respond appropriately;
  • Accomplished technical writing skills (e.g. proposals, terms of reference, program assessments, blueprints, business processes) with well-developed editing;
  • Ability to give honest feedback, provide recognition, address shortcomings and motivate direct reports to work at peak performance.
  • Superior organizational and project/program management skills with significant experience identifying timelines, targets, costs and resources necessary to deliver on operational/program/project outputs;
  • Ability to set effective goals and targets for self, others, and the work unit and adjusting work or project priorities in response to changing circumstances;
  • Ability to identify gaps affecting the achievement of program/project expectations and to design and implement intervention plans required to build the desired capacity (e.g. training, structural realignment, partnerships, reallocation of resources;
  • Ability to implement rigorous monitoring, and evaluation practices and to set in place regular reporting schedules relevant to key outputs (e.g. management indicators, project milestones, program results, processing targets);
  • Ability to plan, organize, and control resources, procedures and protocols to achieve specific goals.

Annual Salary
UA53, 373.02, USD84, 211.94 per annum.

 

 

Job Title: Procurement Officer, Goods, Physical Services & Works

Location: Abuja,Nigeria
Institution: ECOWAS Commission
Grade: P3/P4
Status: Permanent
Departement: General Administration And Conference
Directorate: Administration and General Services
Division: Procurement
Line Supervisor: PPO Procurement

Role Overview

  • Under the supervision of the Head of the procurement Division, this position has the responsibility for the management of the daily procurement activities (including for Grants) in the division from the request to the delivery of goods and services.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Prepare and Executes procurement plans to support business and operational needs based on requirements stated in the business plans and budgets of departments;
  • In liaison with Finance, facilitate timely funding, and/or resolution of any funding issues in relation to procurement activities;
  • Maintain awareness of market conditions, including source lists, price availability and competitiveness, and ensure that costs are fair and reasonable prior to approving any purchase;
  • Support the various Department in the finalization of the terms of reference or specifications for their various needs  and make recommendations to ensure compliance with rules and procedures of ECOWAS or Donors  for Goods and services ;
  • Prepare bidding documents including draft  contracts and other procurement documents, as directed by the Head of Procurement;
  • Prepare all the notices for publication (Invitation for Bids, Prequalification notices) as agreed upon.
  • Keep track of the status of each procurement – from request to delivery or receipt by the requester – ensuring that priorities are met; ;
  • Support all the evaluation Committee in the evaluation of Bids  and ensure compliance with rules and procedures ;
  • In his secretary role, prepare all the evaluation reports in line with the decision of the evaluation Committees;
  • Prepare all Contracts for Signature and monitor in liaison with the User Department their implementation;
  • Produce/provide quarterly reports covering Goods and services purchased for the Commission and on the implementation of the approved procurement Plan;
  • Maintain a central register of main contracts to accurately record the status of contracts with suppliers, develop appropriate database for key suppliers, main contractors and Consultants and track service level agreements with vendors, Contractors and Consultants;
  • Maintain a proper archiving of all Procurement related documents  ( Procurement Plan, Tender Dossiers, Publications , evaluation reports , contracts );
  • Undertake any other official mission assigned to him by his Superiors.

Academic Qualifications and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in business administration, public administration, commerce, supply chain, law or a related field from a recognized university;
  • 5 years of progressively responsible experience in Procurement and /or Supply chain Management for a Public Institution, International Organization, NGO or Multilateral Aid Agencies;
  • Knowledge of procurement policies, processes and procedures of Development Partners such as World Bank, African Development Bank, European Union;
  • Knowledge of an Enterprise Resource Planning system or other Procurement related management system;
  •  Relevant training in Procurement or Supply chain Management will be an advantage.

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 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 rules and procedures of ECOWAS associated assigned responsibilities and ability to explain these clearly to others;
  • 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;
  • 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;

Annual Salary

  • UA49,106.81, USD77,480.72 (P3)
  • UA56,591.37, USD89,289.87 (P4)

 

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