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Reference No. CDTSR-SnrUDWR-001

 

 

 

 

 

CA Global Headhunters has been retained by ATIDI based in Nairobi, Kenya to recruit for this position. For more information on ATIDI please visit their website www.atidi.africa. Should you meet the minimum requirements and wish to apply for the position please apply directly to CA Global Headhunters.

 

Reference Number: CDTSR-SnrUDWR-001

 

Nature and Scope:

Under the supervision of, and reporting to the Chief Underwriting Officer, the Senior Underwriter’s key duties and responsibilities will be as below:

 

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Generate business through marketing activities and increasing the visibility of ATIDI. This involves meeting one-on-one with clients and prospects and attending different marketing events organized by ATIDI or ATIDI’s business partners;
  2. Assist to organize/manage awareness events in countries of responsibility;
  3. Support underwriting business through:
  • Screening business enquiries based on eligibility criteria;
  • Assessing the risks of the proposed transactions and produce a report of the risk to convince approvers to accept the risk;
  • Issuing non-binding/indicative term sheets;
  • Arranging reinsurance for transactions requiring reinsurance support;
  • Preparing of policy documents; and
  • Educating policy holders on the A-Z of the policy they are about to sign.
  1. Manage and monitor the underwritten risk - Support and guide the Principal Portfolio Services Officer in:
  • Ensuring timely payment of premiums;
  • Following up on any outstanding documentation/information from policyholders and
  • Continuously monitoring the assigned portfolio, pre-empting any potential risk events thereon; and promptly bringing such to management’s attention.
  1. Support generation of reports such as Underwriting reports, Broker reports, Marketing reports, Mission/back to office reports, Underwriting Department country marketing plan and activity reports, Policy wordings and any other Management reports;
  2. Assist the Claims Department to manage claims particularly risks under Watch list, and support on recovery initiatives;
  3. Implement effective people management initiatives including:
  • Monitoring workflow, volume of work deliverables and the delivery of work of direct reports;
  • Assisting team members in outlining their professional development goals and identifying any need for and monitoring “on the job training”; mentoring and coaching team members;
  • Ensuring the efficient and fair assignment of work to direct reports; and
  • Providing ongoing informal and formal feedback to direct reports and ensuring direct reports who are primary supervisors provide similar feedback to those they supervise.
  1. Perform other duties as may be assigned to you from time to time.

 

Role Specifications:

  • A Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA), Finance, Economics, Banking or other financial service specialization;
  • A Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Economics, Banking or other financial service specialization;
  • CII or CPA/ACCA (an added advantage);
  • A minimum of Eight (8) years relevant experience;
  • Technical understanding, expertise and experience in finance, investment or corporate banking, sovereign operations/financing, trade finance, insurance, guarantees or reinsurance;
  • A proven track record of success underwriting complex transactions or providing sector specific underwriting skills; 
  • Relevant experience in international insurance and reinsurance markets, or Export Credit Agencies will be an added advantage;
  • Key Stakeholders management skills;
  • Demonstrate ability to initiate ideas for product development;
  • Team leadership skills;
  • Demonstrate a clear understanding of policy wordings;
  • Strong analytical skills with a high level of accuracy and attention to details;
  • Excellent negotiation skills;
  • Good judgement and decision-making skills;
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet urgent deadlines;
  • Excellent communication (oral, written, presentation) and interpersonal skills;
  • Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment;
  • Strong people management skills; and
  • Demonstrate ATIDI’s core values - unity of purpose, customer first approach, integrity, getting it first the right time and creativity.

 

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • 3-Year Contract
  • Willing and able to relocate to Nairobi, Kenya
  • Only qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

 

The closing date for application is 25 March 2024 at Midnight Nairobi time.

 

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to atidi-recruitment@caglobalint.com  

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

CA Global Finance

 

CA Global will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful. However, your CV will be kept in our database for any other suitable positions.

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Job Category308989

Job Reference: CDTSR-SnrUDWR-001

Reference No. CDTSR-BSU-001

 

 

 

 

CA Global Headhunters has been retained by ATIDI based in Nairobi, Kenya to recruit for this position. For more information on ATIDI please visit their website www.atidi.africa. Should you meet the minimum requirements and wish to apply for the position please apply directly to CA Global Headhunters.

 

Reference Number: CDTSR-BSU-001

 

Nature and Scope:

Under the supervision of, and reporting to the Chief Underwriting Officer, the Senior Underwriter’s key duties and responsibilities will be as below:

 

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Generate business through marketing activities and increasing the visibility of ATIDI. This involves meeting one-on-one with clients and prospects and attending different marketing events organized by ATIDI or ATIDI’s business partners;
  2. Assist to organize/manage awareness events in countries of responsibility;
  3. Support underwriting business through:
  • Screening business enquiries based on eligibility criteria;
  • Assessing the risks of the proposed transactions and produce a report of the risk to convince approvers to accept the risk;
  • Issuing non-binding/indicative term sheets;
  • Arranging reinsurance for transactions requiring reinsurance support;
  • Preparing of policy documents; and
  • Educating policy holders on the A-Z of the policy they are about to sign.
  1. Manage and monitor the underwritten risk - Support and guide the Principal Portfolio Services Officer in:
  • Ensuring timely payment of premiums;
  • Following up on any outstanding documentation/information from policyholders; and
  • Continuously monitoring the assigned portfolio, pre-empting any potential risk events thereon, and promptly bringing such to Management’s attention.
  1. Support generation of reports such as Underwriting reports, Broker reports, Marketing reports, Mission/back to office reports, Underwriting Department country marketing plan and activity reports, Policy wordings and any other Management reports;
  2. Assist the Claims Department to manage claims particularly risks under Watch list, and support on recovery initiatives;
  3. Implement effective people management initiatives including:
  • Monitoring workflow, volume of work deliverables and the delivery of work of direct reports;
  • Assisting team members in outlining their professional development goals and identifying any need for and monitoring “on the job training”; mentoring and coaching team members;
  • Ensuring the efficient and fair assignment of work to direct reports; and
  • Providing ongoing informal and formal feedback to direct reports and ensuring direct reports who are primary supervisors provide similar feedback to those they supervise.
  1. Perform other duties as may be assigned to you from time to time.

Role Specifications:

  • A Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA), Finance, Economics, Banking or other financial service specialization;
  • A Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Economics, Banking or other financial service specialization
  • CII or CPA/ACCA (an added advantage);
  • A minimum of Eight (8) years relevant experience;
  • Technical understanding, expertise and experience in finance, investment or corporate banking, sovereign operations/financing, trade finance, insurance, guarantees or reinsurance;
  • A proven track record of success underwriting complex transactions or providing sector specific underwriting skills; 
  • Key Stakeholders management skills;
  • Demonstrate ability to initiate ideas for product development;
  • Team leadership skills;
  • Demonstrate a clear understanding of policy wordings;
  • Strong analytical skills with a high level of accuracy and attention to details;
  • Excellent negotiation skills;
  • Good judgement and decision-making skills;
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet urgent deadlines;
  • Excellent communication (oral, written, presentation) and interpersonal skills;
  • Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment;
  • Strong people management skills;
  • Bilingual abilities (English and French) will be a competitive advantage; and
  • Demonstrate ATIDI’s core values - unity of purpose, customer first approach, integrity, getting it first the right time and creativity.

 

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • 3-Year Contract
  • Willing and able to relocate to Cotonou, Benin
  • Only qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

 

The closing date for application is 25 March 2024 at Midnight Nairobi time.

 

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to atidi-recruitment@caglobalint.com  

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

CA Global Finance

 

CA Global will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful. However, your CV will be kept in our database for any other suitable positions.

Apply now

Job Features

Job Category308989

Job Reference: CDTSR-BSU-001

Reference No. CDTSR-UDWR-IVC-001

 

 

 

 

 

CA Global Headhunters has been retained by ATIDI based in Nairobi, Kenya to recruit for this position. For more information on ATIDI please visit their website www.atidi.africa. Should you meet the minimum requirements and wish to apply for the position please apply directly to CA Global Headhunters.

 

Reference Number: CDTSR-UDWR-IVC-001

 

Nature and Scope:

Under the supervision of, and reporting to the Chief Underwriting Officer, through the Senior Underwriter, the Bilingual Underwriter’s key duties and responsibilities will be as below:

 

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Support in generating business through marketing activities and increasing the visibility of ATIDI. This involves meeting one-on-one with clients and prospects and attending different marketing events organised by ATIDI or ATIDI’s business partners;
  2. Assist to organise/manage awareness events in countries of responsibility;
  3. Support underwriting business through:
  • Screening business enquiries based on eligibility criteria;
  • Assess the risks of the proposed transactions and produce a report of the risk to convince approvers to accept the risk;
  • Issue non-binding/indicative term sheets;
  • Arrange reinsurance for transactions requiring reinsurance support;
  • Preparation of policy documents; and
  • Educating policy holders on the A-Z of the policy they are about to sign.
  1. Assist in managing and monitoring the underwritten risk - Support and guide the Principal Portfolio Services Officer in:
  • Ensuring timely payment of premiums;
  • Following up on any outstanding documentation/information from policyholder; and
  • Continuously monitoring the assigned portfolio, pre-empting any potential risk events thereon, and promptly bringing such to management’s attention.
  1. Support generation of reports such Underwriting reports, Broker reports, Marketing reports, Mission/back to office reports, country marketing plan and activity reports, Policy wordings;
  2. Update and monitor the Watch list; and
  3. Perform other duties as may be assigned to you from time to time.

 

Role Specifications:

  • A Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA), Finance, Economics, Banking or other financial service specialization;
  • A Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Economics, Banking or other financial service specialization;
  • CII or CPA/ACCA (an added advantage);
  • A minimum of five (5) years relevant experience;
  • Technical understanding, expertise and experience in finance, investment or corporate banking, sovereign operations/financing, trade finance, insurance, guarantees or reinsurance;
  • A proven track record of success underwriting complex transactions or providing sector specific underwriting skills; 
  • Key Stakeholders management skills;
  • Demonstrate ability to initiate ideas for product development;
  • Team leadership skills;
  • Demonstrate a clear understanding of policy wordings;
  • Strong analytical skills with a high level of accuracy and attention to details;
  • Excellent negotiation skills;
  • Good judgement and decision-making skills;
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet urgent deadlines;
  • Excellent communication (oral, written, presentation) and interpersonal skills;
  • Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment;
  • Strong people management skills;
  • Bilingual abilities (English and French) will be a competitive advantage; and
  • Demonstrate ATIDI’s core values - unity of purpose, customer first approach, integrity, getting it first the right time and creativity.

 

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • 3-Year Contract
  • Willing and able to relocate to Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire
  • Only qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

 

The closing date for application is 25 March 2024 at Midnight Nairobi time.

 

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to atidi-recruitment@caglobalint.com  

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

CA Global Finance

CA Global will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful. However, your CV will be kept in our database for any other suitable positions.

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Job Category308989

Job Reference: CDTSR-UDWR-IVC-001

Reference No. JASR-RLSF-UDWR-003

 

 

 

 

CA Global Headhunters has been retained by ATIDI based in Nairobi, Kenya to recruit for this position. For more information on ATIDI please visit their website www.atidi.africa. Should you meet the minimum requirements and wish to apply for the position please apply directly to CA Global Headhunters.

Reference Number: JASR-RLSF-UDWR-003

Nature and Scope:

Under the supervision of, and reporting to the Chief Underwriting Officer, through the RLSF Coordinator, the RLSF Underwriter’s key duties and responsibilities will be as below:

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Undertake and generate business through the promotion and marketing of ATIDI products and services on an on-going basis. This includes, but is not restricted to, leading on the promotion and marketing of ATIDI products and services for the Energy Sector;
  • Contribute to the drafting of the underwriting guidelines of ATIDI for RLSF, subject to ATIDI’s approval;
  • Assess countries Renewable Energy Sectors and contribute to defining the strategy and conditions per country;
  • Develop and maintain country cover notes;
  • Promote RLSF among potential investors and lenders, through different channels (partner websites, brochures, conferences etc.);
  • Develop commercial relationships, attract new clients and contribute to the commercial strategy;
  • Take Underwriting responsibility for specific countries/ regions/ sectors as and when required;
  • Advise clients on ATIDI’s policies, processes, products and requirements;
  • Screen and assess proposed transactions against ATIDI’s underwriting eligibility criteria;
  • Issue non-binding indications (NBIs) on eligible insurance applications;
  • Underwrite energy and renewable energy deals including RLSF. To identify and evaluate all relevant commercial and political risks relating to proposed transactions and make sound underwriting recommendations to the Chief Underwriting Officer;
  • Negotiate terms and pricing and to review Insurance Offer Letters for compliance with agreed terms;
  • Draft and negotiate proposed insurance policies for consideration and approval by ATIDI’s Senior Management and support the Portfolio Services Team in administering and monitoring existing insurance policies;
  • Support the underwriting team in reviewing and underwriting large/ complex, structured or project finance-based deals (energy, renewable energy, infrastructure);
  • Where necessary, to seek and place re-insurance among ATIDI re-insurers and other insurance companies in the international market;
  • Develop effective client relationships, with a focus on ATIDI partners in the Energy Sector, including and not restricted to Donors, Development Financial Institutions, Developers, Brokers, Multilaterals, Utilities and Information Providers;
  • Support the RLSF Coordinator develop reports for external partners;
  • Work with the Chief Underwriting Officer and the Chief Financial Officer in claims determination and payment as well as claims avoidance;
  • Work with the Chief Underwriting Officer and RLSF Coordinator in developing and executing an annual business plan and budget;
  • Work with the RLSF Coordinator, and external consultants where possible, in developing suitable insurance or guarantee products for the benefit of distributed energy projects (e.g. off-grid, C&I, etc.);
  • Perform other duties as may be assigned to you from time to time.

Role Specifications:

  • A Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA), Finance, Economics, Banking or other financial service specialization;
  • A Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Economics, Banking or other financial service specialization;
  • CII or CPA/ACCA (an added advantage);
  • A minimum of five (5) years relevant experience;
  • A proven track record of success structuring, financing, implementing or underwriting complex transactions. Energy Sector experience will be an added advantage; 
  • Technical understanding, expertise and experience in finance, investment or corporate banking, sovereign operations/financing, trade finance, insurance, guarantees or reinsurance;
  • Key Stakeholders management skills;
  • Demonstrate ability to initiate ideas for product development;
  • Team leadership skills;
  • Demonstrate a clear understanding of policy wordings;
  • Strong analytical skills with a high level of accuracy and attention to details;
  • Excellent negotiation skills;
  • Good judgement and decision-making skills;
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet urgent deadlines;
  • Excellent communication (oral, written, presentation) and interpersonal skills;
  • Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment;
  • Bi-lingual communication skills in both English and French will be an added advantage;
  • Strong people management skills; and
  • Demonstrate ATIDI’s core values - unity of purpose, customer first approach, integrity, getting it first the right time and creativity.

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • 24-Month Contract
  • Willing and able to relocate to Nairobi, Kenya
  • Only qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

The closing date for application is 25 March 2024 at Midnight Nairobi time.

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to atidi-recruitment@caglobalint.com

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

CA Global Finance

CA Global will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful. However, your CV will be kept in our database for any other suitable positions.

Apply now

Job Features

Job Category308980

Job Reference: JASR-RLSF-UDWR-003

Reference No. JASR-RLS-CO-001


 

 

 

CA Global Headhunters has been retained by ATIDI based in Nairobi, Kenya to recruit for this position. For more information on ATIDI please visit their website www.atidi.africa. Should you meet the minimum requirements and wish to apply for the position please apply directly to CA Global Headhunters.

Reference Number: JASR-RLS-CO-001

Nature and Scope:

The Bilingual RLSF Coordinator will primarily oversee RLSF projects and processes running from identifying pipelines, managing projects implementation and reporting on the same. Under the Supervision of the Chief Underwriting Officer, the RLSF Coordinator’s key duties and responsibilities will be as below:

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Contribute to the improvement of policies and documents relating to the Regional Liquidity Support Facility (RLSF) such as legal documentation, RLSF agreements (MoUs etc.), brochures, policy documentation, investment policy, cash management policy, risk management policy, etc. if applicable;  
  • Gather and analyze feedback from the Energy Sector and take this feedback into consideration in product development including products for the benefit of off-grid and C&I projects;
  • Identify effective RLSF marketing channels and promote RLSF among potential investors and lenders, through these channels (partner websites, brochures, conferences, etc.);
  • Contribute to define the strategy and conditions per country. Develop and maintain country cover notes;
  • Develop and regularly identify a pipeline of IPP projects for RLSF’s initiative, including participating in marketing and events relevant to the implementation of RLSF;
  • Contribute to the definition and updating of RLSF’s pricing strategy;
  • Coordinate with the Portfolio and Risk Teams on updates to the underwriting guidelines in the Operations Manual relevant to RLSF;
  • Upon request by ATIDI’s Management, support with communication to potential future investors and stakeholders in respect of RLSF as well as provide support to ATIDI in responding to queries from donors or any other stakeholders;
  • Identify ATIDI’s needs for further Technical Assistance, identification of potential donors, coordination of mobilization efforts and support Legal in documentation of Technical Assistance (TA) Agreements;
  • Coordinate the reporting requirements from all RLSF partners and compliance with the Framework Arrangement and Financing Agreement(s) entered into with various partners;
  • Manage the accounting of TA expenditure to relevant partners including the confirmation that services that are being invoiced by ATIDI were actually performed and documented, the payments have already been effected by ATIDI and all necessary documents have been presented and are in line with regulations/ standards;
  • Support ATIDI in managing TA (including budgeting, recruitment of consultants, ATIDI’s internal staff and implementation of any agreed tasks) within the agreed milestones;
  • Propose improvements to the Transparency Tool and follow up on adaptation of the Tool by stakeholders;
  • Support the incorporation of RLSF in the Underwriting System, including improvements to current initiatives in this regard. Support the development of specifications for the underwriting system for changes that are required by RLSF;
  • Improve the expertise and underwriting methodology of RLSF;
  • Coach, train and develop the underwriting competencies of the Underwriting Team on Energy projects. Identify training opportunities for the ATIDI team relevant to underwriting of RLSF transactions;
  • Review energy projects and propose the best underwriting structure. Support underwriters in the review of the transactions themselves (Non-Binding Indication (NBI) and Underwriting stages) if required;
  • Underwrite large/ complex deals;
  • Assist ATIDI in becoming a center of excellence in energy/ renewable energy;
  • Prepare timely reports to the RLSF Steering Committee; 
  • Support the periodic audit of RLSF;
  • Manage RLSF including any reporting requirements to external partners;
  • Work with the Chief Underwriting Officer and the Chief Financial Officer in claims determination and payment as well as claims avoidance;
  • Perform other duties as may be assigned to you from time to time.

Role Specifications:

  • A Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA), Finance, Economics, Banking or other financial service specialization;
  • A Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Economics, Banking or other financial service specialization;
  • CII or CPA/ACCA (an added advantage);
  • A minimum of eight (8) years relevant experience;
  • Excellent Bi-lingual communication skills in both English and French;
  • A proven track record of success structuring, financing, implementing or underwriting complex transactions. Energy Sector experience will be an added advantage; 
  • Technical understanding, expertise and experience in finance, investment or corporate banking, sovereign operations/financing, trade finance, insurance, guarantees or reinsurance;
  • Key Stakeholders management skills;
  • Demonstrate ability to initiate ideas for Product development;
  • Team leadership skills;
  • Demonstrate a clear understanding of policy wordings;
  • Strong analytical skills with a high level of accuracy and attention to details;
  • Excellent negotiation skills;
  • Good judgement and decision-making skills.

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • 24-Month Contract
  • Willing and able to relocate to Nairobi, Kenya
  • Only qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

The closing date for application is 25 March 2024 at Midnight Nairobi time.

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to atidi-recruitment@caglobalint.com  

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

CA Global Finance

CA Global will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful. However, your CV will be kept in our database for any other suitable positions.

Apply now

Job Features

Job Category308980

Job Reference: JASR-RLS-CO-001

Reference No. SR-ComASO-001

 

 

 

 

CA Global Headhunters has been retained by ATIDI based in Nairobi, Kenya to recruit for this position. For more information on ATIDI please visit their website www.atidi.africa. Should you meet the minimum requirements and wish to apply for the position please apply directly to CA Global Headhunters.

 

Reference Number: SR-ComASO-001

 

Nature and Scope:

Under the supervision of the Senior Communications Officer and working with ATIDI’s Communications team, you will support the organization’s Communications outputs, allotting her/his time as follows:

 

  • 40% in support of the promotion of ATIDI’s Energy solutions (RLSF);
  • 60% in support of corporate Communications activities.

 

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

 

 The key duties and responsibilities of the Communications Associate will be as follows:

  1. ATIDI’s Energy solutions

Support the development and the implementation of a specific Communications plan around the Regional Liquidity Support Facility [RLSF] as below:

  • General logistics and administration support;
  • Support on correspondence with KfW and NORAD on Communications-related functions;
  • Support in the organization of travel;
  • Support in the organization of marketing events and conferences;
  • Support in the translation of documents from English to French and French to English;
  • Preparation of correspondences in French;
  • Update of contact database;
  • Preparation of marketing documents and PowerPoint presentations;
  • Support in the preparation of events collateral;
  • Other tasks and duties as may be required.

 

General corporate Communications

  1. Social media management
  • Develop a social media plan to ramp up ATIDI’s visibility on several identified platforms;
  • Monitor and report on ATIDI’s presence on social media.
  1. Editorial
  • Based on guidelines from the Senior Communications Officer, develop the first draft of the CEO monthly Communiqué;
  • Develop ATIDI’s quarterly internal and external Newsletters and ensure dissemination to a validated recipient list;
  • Draft or contribute to the content development of various documents as requested by the Communications team (press releases, reports, memo, briefs etc.).
  1. Media, PR and outreach
  • Maintain and grow ATIDI’s media contact database;
  • Support the team in maintaining the organization’s overall contact database;
  • Provide monthly and on-call media monitoring reports on ATIDI and relevant topics.
  1. Online
  • Working with the Communications team, monitor and support in updating information and content on ATIDI's website.
  1. Events
  • Provide back-office and on-site logistics support as assigned by the Communications team.
  1. Quality control
  • Proofread all relevant translated documents, as assigned by the Communications team.
  • The Consultant will participate in the Communications team’s weekly meeting and any other meeting as assigned by the Communications team.
  1. Perform other duties as may be assigned.

 

Role Specifications:

  • A Master’s degree in Communications, Public Relations, journalism, Marketing or a related field will be an added advantage;
  • A Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Marketing, Economics, Public Relations or a related field;
  • Professional qualification or post graduate diploma in Communications, Marketing or Public Relations;
  • Minimum five (5) years of experience in Corporate Communications or related field. Experience in FDI and development in Africa are preferred;
  • Knowledge of and experience in communications, public relations and /or marketing;
  • Demonstrated ability to work under pressure in a fast paced and multi-timeline environment, with self-direction and limited supervision;
  • Demonstrated skills in assessing and implementing communications strategy in large institutions of corporations;
  • Experience in designing and implementing short, long-term strategic marketing and/or PR plans;
  • Good working knowledge on annual business strategy planning and budgeting processes;
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication (oral, written, presentation) skills;
  • Fluency in written and spoken English and French;
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet urgent deadlines;
  • Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment; and
  • Demonstrate ATIDI's core values - unity of purpose, customer first approach, integrity, getting it first the right time and creativity.

 

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • 12 Month Contract
  • Willing and able to relocate to Nairobi, Kenya
  • Only qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

 

The closing date for application is 25 March 2024 at Midnight Nairobi time.

 

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to atidi-recruitment@caglobalint.com

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

CA Global Finance

 

CA Global will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful. However, your CV will be kept in our database for any other suitable positions.

Apply now

Job Features

Job Category308989

Job Reference: SR-ComASO-001

Reference No. SR-SFO-TRIV-002

 

 

 

 

 

CA Global Headhunters has been retained by ATIDI based in Nairobi, Kenya to recruit for this position. For more information on ATIDI please visit their website www.atidi.africa. Should you meet the minimum requirements and wish to apply for the position please apply directly to CA Global Headhunters.

 

Reference Number: SR-SFO-TRIV-002

 

Nature and Scope:

Under the supervision of and reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the Senior Finance Officer-Treasury and Investment, will be responsible for developing ATIDI’s Investment and Treasury Strategy, Funding Strategy and Asset Liability Management as well as managing and monitoring treasury and investments performance; managing and monitoring the funding structure, economic capital and ensuring capital adequacy and liquidity.

 

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  • In charge of developing ATIDI’s investment strategy, capital management strategy and asset liability management strategy;
  • Develop ATIDI’s investment policy, funding strategy and liquidity management strategy;
  • Develop, monitor and manage ATIDI’s bank relationships;
  • Identify fund managers for approval by the CFO and the Management Investment Committee (MIC);
  • Manage the performance of fund managers including setting appropriate performance benchmarks and ensuring that these benchmarks are achieved;
  • Give professional advice on strategic and tactical asset allocation;
  • Manage long-term and short-term cash flow and working capital /liquidity management;
  • Manage balance sheet and day to day liquidity to support the business needs;
  • Balance Sheet Optimisation;
  • Responsible for assets and liability matching, currency risk management and risk mitigation strategies such as hedging;
  • Forecast medium and long-term funding requirements;
  • Design and implementation of strategies to mitigate risks such as financial risk, market risk, credit risk, liquidity risks and capital management risks;
  • Manage and monitor treasury and investments;
  • Analyse and optimize investments return;
  • Oversee the work of the treasury and investments department and ensure that all transactions are properly booked in an accurate and timely manner;
  • Review all investment accounts and ensure balance sheet reconciliations are done on a monthly basis and all reconciling items are resolved in a timely manner and that all balances are agreed with all counterparties;
  • Ensure valuations of all investments is conducted in accordance with IFRS and advise on compliance with IFRS on our investments and capital strategies;
  • Explore and propose new investment opportunities and different classes of investment to the MIC;
  • Produce monthly report and dashboards on investments including the macro and microeconomic outlooks guiding the short term and long-term investment strategy;
  • Coordinate with bank and asset managers;
  • Work closely with the Membership Department/Unit to manage capital (update on share valuation recommendation, dividends, share buy-back, etc.);
  • Work on due diligence processes for financial institutions and other investment proposals;
  • Prepare Management and Board investment reports;
  • Implement effective people management initiatives including:
  • Monitoring workflow, volume of work deliverables and the delivery of work of direct reports;
  • Assisting team members in outlining their professional development goals and identifying any need for and monitoring “on the job training”; mentoring and coaching team members;
  • Ensuring the efficient and fair assignment of work to direct reports; and
  • Providing ongoing informal and formal feedback to direct reports and ensuring direct reports who are primary supervisors provide similar feedback to those they supervise.
  • Perform other duties as may be assigned to you from time to time.

 

Role Specifications:

  • A Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA), Finance or Accounting Option;
  • Bachelor of Commerce degree in Accounting or Finance;
  • Professional investment qualifications e.g. CFA;
  • Membership of a professional body such as CA, ICPAK, CIMA, ACCA or similar bodies;
  • A minimum of twelve (12) years relevant Investment and Treasury experience;
  • Knowledge in strategy development;
  • Knowledge in policy development;
  • Knowledge of and experience working in an Investment & Treasury function;
  • In-depth understanding of the global fixed income market and investments;
  • Knowledge and experience in foreign currency hedging strategies, cash flow forecasting and debt sourcing skills;
  • Good understanding of Solvency II and RBC;
  • Microsoft excel modelling capabilities;
  • Risk management skills;
  • Strong analytical skills with a high level of accuracy and attention to details;
  • Strong planning and organizing skills;
  • Proactive and autonomous;
  • Proficiency in standard office computer applications;
  • Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment;
  • Excellent communication (oral, written and presentation) and interpersonal skills;
  • Fluency in written and spoken English. French will be an advantage; and
  • Demonstrate ATIDI's core values - unity of purpose, customer first approach, integrity, getting it first the right time and creativity.

 

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • 3-year contract
  • Willing and able to relocate to Nairobi, Kenya
  • Only qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

 

The closing date for application is 25 March 2024 at Midnight Nairobi time.

 

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to atidi-recruitment@caglobalint.com  

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Job Reference: SR-SFO-TRIV-002

Southern Africa
Posted 1 week ago
Reference No. CE02

Procurement Manager (Commodities / Minerals /Agriculture) – Lusaka, Zambia

Reference Number: CE02


Job Description:
Our valued client in the Agricultural sector is currently seeking a Procurement Manager. Established in 2017, the company has rapidly evolved into a prominent global entity. With a versatile portfolio, they boast extensive expertise in Agri Commodities, metals, and Minerals. Their scope encompasses commodity inputs, logistics, merchandising, processing, and comprehensive supply chain management from origin to destination. Diversifying their business, they actively engage in trading across Agriculture Commodities, Mineral Ores, and Metal Ores.


Responsibilities:
• Sourcing, reviewing, and purchasing commodities.
• Delivery into the Warehouse.
• Exports formalities.
• Road, Rail, and Sea Freight for Inland and Exports through Customs.
• Vendor Evaluation and Rating.
• Organize vendor meets.
• Foster vendor relations.
• Increase sales.
• Manage stock quantities effectively.
• Evaluate, select, and recommend new vendors to management.
• Negotiate favorable prices and terms of purchase to maximize best commodity sourcing practices.
• Build and maintain good relationships with commodities suppliers.
• Study market trends and risks while sourcing and procuring commodities.
• Ensure adherence to project approval budget.
• Ensure procurement of required commodities in the specified quantity and quality within allotted timelines.
• Handle Government Liaising for procurement activities.

Requirements:
• 15 years of relevant experience.
• Recent experience of minerals – Copper, Cobalt, Zinc & Lead procurement in Zambia
• Should be well versed with the culture of the region.


Benefits and Contractual information:
• Travel will be required.

If you wish to apply for the Procurement Manager, please send your CV to Megan Bester at mabester@caglobalint.com
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Megan Bester
Recruitment Consultant
CA Finance


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Job Reference: CE02

Reference No. CE10

Reference Number: CE10

 

Job Description:

The Senior Manager, Service Delivery for the Operations Department plays a pivotal role in overseeing and optimizing the operational activities of the Company's payroll services, including Employer of Record and Payroll Outsourcing, across a global footprint. This role is responsible for driving process automation, standardization, and continuous improvement to ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of payroll operations. The manager collaborates with internal and external stakeholders to enhance client satisfaction, resolve issues, and maintain long-term client relationships.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Monitor all operational activities related to payroll services, including Employer of Record and Payroll Outsourcing.
  • Provide leadership and direction to the payroll development team.
  • Manage and mentor team members responsible for payroll services in 47 countries.
  • Develop and implement short-term and long-term strategies for process automation, standardization, and continuous improvement.
  • Ensure that payroll processes are efficient and effective, reducing errors and enhancing client satisfaction.
  • Prepare and maintain operational efficiencies and procedures in alignment with the broader governance framework.
  • Monitor the implementation of these procedures both internally and across key stakeholders.
  • Work closely with third-party in-country partners, particularly in African regions, to identify and implement payroll process improvements and best practices.
  • Collaborate with internal cross-functional departments to drive excellence in payroll services.
  • Build and maintain strong relationships with existing clients, ensuring their ongoing satisfaction.
  • Engage with prospective clients to establish long-term partnerships and secure new business opportunities.
  • Proactively address and resolve operational issues related to payroll services.
  • Conduct thorough root cause analysis to continuously improve service quality and prevent recurring problems.
  • Generate reports on operational performance and provide insights for decision-making.
  • Undertake various projects and ad-hoc tasks as assigned by senior management.

 

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in business, finance, or a related field.
  • Proven experience in managing payroll operations, preferably in a global context.
  • Strong understanding of payroll processes, compliance, and regulatory requirements.
  • A Pan-African background is highly preferred.
  • Excellent leadership and team management skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to drive process improvements and automation.
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities.
  • Client-focused mindset with a dedication to building long-term relationships.
  • Project management experience is a plus.

 

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to Caleb Ebrahim at cebrahim@caglobalint.com

 

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Caleb Ebrahim

Executive Recruitment Consultant

CA Finance

 

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Job Reference: CE10

Southern Africa
Posted 2 weeks ago
Reference No. SR

 

 

 

 

CA Global is currently searching for a dynamic and ambitious 360-degree recruiter who is looking to take the next step into Executive Search / Headhunting. Working with blue chip corporates across Financial Services, FinTech and IT. This position will offer the chance to take your career to the next level in an already established and highly successful organisation.

 

How you benefit:

  • You will become part of an international team; building an African footprint
  • Gain an inside perspective on the functioning of a successful executive search firm
  • Learn from successful and established industry professionals
  • Your success will be driven by high energy levels and a genuine desire to knock-down doors
  • Headhunt scare skilled executives

 

Responsibilities

  • Strategic business development across blue chip organisations in Africa, fee negotiation, planning and prioritising on the recruitment desk (optimal performance)
  • Market research and client mapping
  • Recruiting and Headhunting for key clients.
  • In-depth interviewing of candidates against job and client specifications
  • Recruitment activities in line with company recruitment standards
  • Consistent and disciplined approaches to managing employee relations

 

Requirements

  • Minimum 2 - 5 years’ recruitment experience/ relatable sales experience
  • Able to provide a track record of successful business development
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English – French, Portuguese and Arabic are highly added advantages
  • Driven individual with interpersonal skills

 

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • Permanent Contract
  • Partially remote (One week 2 days remote, second week 3 days remote, and repeat) – This is after 1-2 months training fulltime at the office.
  • Suitably qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

 

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to srabsch@caglobalint.com  

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Shearidan Rabsch

Recruitment Manager- Banking, Legal, Finance and Insurance

CA Finance Global

 

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Job Reference: SR

Reference No. JABLR-35

Reference Number: JABLR-35

Job Description:

Under the supervision and guidance of the Head of Credit Risk Unit, the credit risk associate will be responsible for performing in-depth credit analyses and making recommendations to Credit Committees based on financial statements and other sources of information for existing and prospective customers.

Responsibilities:

  • Assess the credit and financial strength of credit applicants by performing fundamental credit analysis using both quantitative (Financial Statements, Cash flows, Financial Ratios, Financial projections, Terms and conditions) and qualitative factors including structure of the transactions, compliance and legal documents.
  • Assess the credit and financial strength of credit applicants by performing fundamental credit analysis using both quantitative (Financial Statements, Cash flows, Financial Ratios, Financial projections, Terms and conditions) and qualitative factors including structure of the transactions, compliance and legal documents.
  • Practice due diligence and develop spreadsheets and models to support Risk analysis.
  • Process credit applications and provide recommendations tied to analysis and assessment of credit risk and findings that involve the borrowers ability to repay and highlighting all risk issues pertinent to the credit decision. Determine in depth the degree of each type of risk involved and justify risk recommendations.
  • Give initial feedback on prospective and existing customer requests to deal team.
  • Undertake detailed credit research into countries, economic, industry/sectors, individual borrowers/counterparties using financial and non-financial sources including access to Fitch solutions, S&P, EIU, and Moody's credit lens systems.
  • Perform regular stress tests and scenarios analysis to assess the impact on BADEA's loan portfolio and assist in proving the required information and data for the risk reports that are presented to the risk committee every quarter.
  • Monitor breaches of BADEA's RMF, conduct analysis, provide conclusions and recommendations.
  • Attend credit committee meetings as appropriate.
  • Undertake other roles and responsibilities as may be assigned by the RMD Director or by the Credit risk Unit Head.

Requirements: Qualification and Skill

  • Master's degree, preferably, Risk management, Banking, Finance, Economics, Business, or related field
  • Professional certification would be desirable.
  • Financial Services experience including 5 years of a proven credit experience in Banking or Credit Risk Management.
  • Well-developed analytical skills, including an understanding of key financial components with a proven ability in credit risk identification and control.
  • Ability to handle multiple transactions and comply with timely submissions to the credit committee.
  • Demonstrates advanced knowledge of financial statements with sound judgment and strong presentation skills.
  • Solid understanding of Credit Policy and procedures; proactively reviews BADEA policies and procedures to benchmark against transactions and work submitted.
  • Solid organizational skills with ability and willingness to work under pressure and manages time and priorities effectively.
  • Ability to communicate effectively (written and oral) in Arabic and English.
  • Fluency in French would be highly advantageous
  • Advanced Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team-oriented environment. 
  • Exposure to Africa, would be an added advantage.

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to Jamie Adams at jadams@caglobalint.com

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Jamie Adams

Recruitment specialist

CA Finance

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Job Reference: JABLR-35

Reference No. CDTBLRB

Job Description:

 

Our banking client is currently recruiting a Market Risk Associate (Treasury & Credit Ratings), to be based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

 

The Market Risk Unit is within the broad mandate of Risk Management Department (RMD) which oversees the implementation of the organizations Risk Management Framework covering Credit Risk (and Credit Administration), Market Risk, and Operational Risk.

 

Responsibilities:

Under the supervision and guidance of the Director, Risk Management Department, and the Market Risk Unit Head, the Market Risk Associate will have the following responsibilities:

 

  • Ongoing monitoring of the company’s business processes and financial profile to identify any changes that might have an impact on their credit rating and recommending the necessary responses.
  • Ongoing liaison with international rating agencies and the main point of contact for all matters related to the company’s external credit ratings
  • Collect all required information from different departments of the organization and accurately complete all rating models and provide any other information required by rating agencies.
  • Develop and update internal data models linked to the external rating agency models to ensure accurate, faster and efficient rating/review processes.
  • Liaise with external consultants involved in the credit rating process.
  • Contribute towards internal and external initiatives to improve their own internal credit ratings for beneficiary entities, projects and countries to better measure and manage their credit risk
  • Support the mark to market process by ensuring that the MTM sources are updated and reflective of market rates/prices.
  • Assist in providing opinions for the risk profile of new products within trading and investment books.
  • Conduct scenario analysis to evaluate the potential impacts of various market events on their portfolio, providing insights and recommendations for risk mitigation
  • Prepare accurate and timely market risk reports and carry out market analysis and articulate the short-term view about their market risk profile.
  • Assist the market risk unit head in preparing the risk reports to the ALCO, Investment Committee, and the Board Risk Committee, highlighting key risk exposures, findings, and recommended actions.
  • Ensure compliance with the RMF requirements in terms of liquidity and treasury transactions and internal risk management policies and procedures.
  • Stay updated with market trends, industry developments.
  • Conduct regular and periodic Value at Risk (VAR) analysis related to the investments portfolio to measure the market risk exposures and to guide the internal operational decision-making.
  • Ongoing compliance monitoring and risk reporting of treasury/investments activities, market and counterparty credit risk exposures, and the provision of related treasury risk expertise in support of the overall risk management activities of BADEA.
  • Maintain an updated approved lists of counterparties and limits for depository banks, brokers, futures counterparties, etc.
  • Review of proposed investment/divestment/reallocation and other decisions/proposals   from   the   Investments   department   prior   to   their submission to the Investment Committee.
  • Attend to the external auditors requests during their mission to the company as appropriate
  • Review of investment managers periodic reports and advising on their overall performance in managing the assets and complying with applicable investment guidelines
  • Analyse and advise on complex or recurrent issues
  • investments and liquidity portfolios such as the costs and valuation of derivative contracts, calculation, and analysis of Potential Future exposure (PFE), etc.
  • Keep abreast of developments on International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and their impacts on reporting in financial statements, especially in relation to complex financial instruments where applicable.
  • ALM - Verification and ongoing monitoring of the matching between the financial terms of the banks assets and liabilities to maintain market risk within the banks risk appetite statement
  • Working with financial data providers to collect and analyse all market data necessary for portfolios valuation, counterparties credit profile assessments, and other treasury data needs.
  • Maintain approved lists of ISDA, ISMA, depository banks, brokers, and futures counterparties.
  • Review and maintain up-to-date Treasury Risk Management operational procedures, propose new controls and optimized processes.
  • Participate to the negotiation and review of clauses in ISDA/CSA and GMRA agreements to ensure an adequate legal framework for treasury operations.
  • Contribute to the implementation of treasury risk measures or activity dashboards needed to be in line with industry standards, best practices, audit, and rating agencies requirements.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the market risk unit head.

 

Requirements:

  • Hold at least a Masters degree or its equivalent (another post graduate qualification) in Business Administration, Finance, Banking or related field.
  • Familiarity with the credit rating methodologies of international rating agencies (Moodys, Fitch and S&P) preferably with prior working knowledge/experience in the same.
  • Strong analytical skills with a deep understanding of financial statement analysis and accounting concepts.
  • Ability to deal with large volumes of data, proficiency with figures and the ability to maintain accuracy and be detail oriented while complying with deadlines.
  • Strong Excel/Word/PowerPoint and database application skills. Ability to prepare forecasts based upon reasoned assumptions will be required.
  • Professional certification in Risk and/or Finance such as Financial Risk Manager (FRM), Professional Risk Manager (PRM), Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) or Certificate in Quantitative Finance (CQF) will be an advantage.
  • Have a minimum of six (6) years of relevant professional experience in International Financial Institutions or Investment Banks, with a large scope of treasury, fixed income activities, credit analysis and market risk assessment. Working experience in Fixed Income and Derivatives front-office, middle- office or risk management departments will be an advantage.
  • Ability to communicate effectively (written and oral) in English (required), Arabic (strong advantage), and French (desired).
  • Able to work effectively in a fast-paced environment, possesses strong interpersonal and communication skills, is customer-oriented, and demonstrates excellent presentation skills in front of internal and external audiences.
  • Experience in using Bloomberg, Reuters, as well as a knowledge of programming or database languages like Excel VBA, SQL, R, Python or C++ would be an advantage.
  • Solid quantitative background, extensive analytical skills, and ability to efficiently solve problems independently and proactively.
  • Well-organized with a proven ability to solve problems independently with a strong sense of personal ownership and a focus on timelines & results.
  • Ability to work autonomously as well as part of a multicultural team. Demonstrated knowledge and experience of financial and/or risk reporting. Ability to cope under pressure with strong planning and organization skills.

 

 

 

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to Chalden Du Toit at cdutoit@caglobalint.com

 

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Chalden Du Toit

Recruitment Consultant

CA Finance

 

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Job Reference: CDTBLRB

Reference No. MTBADCAA1

Job Description:

Our client, a reputable Arab bank based in Saudi Arabia, seeks a meticulous Credit Administration Associate to join the Credit Risk Unit within the Risk Management Department. This department oversees the implementation of the bank's comprehensive risk management framework, encompassing credit risk, market risk, and operational risk. The primary objective of the Credit Risk Unit is to avert significant unexpected losses by applying rigorous credit analysis, exercising prudent judgment, proactively identifying and monitoring credit risks, and employing appropriate tools and standards to manage and mitigate these risks effectively. As the Credit Administration Associate, your key responsibility will be to conduct independent reviews of the quality of all debt and equity transactions, including investments in various funds, from approval to execution. You will ensure strict adherence to the bank's policies and procedures throughout the process.

 

Responsibilities:

Under the supervision and guidance of the Head of Credit Administration Unit, the credit administration associate will provide administrative support with Credit Administration, responsible for monitoring and reporting of management information to Director of Risk Management.

  1. Portfolio Risk Reports:
    • Monitoring portfolio credit quality and trends.
    • Compliance with risk limits and policies.
  2. Review and Approval of Transaction Reviews:
    • Annual/quarterly reviews of debt and equity transactions.
    • Risk rating approval.
    • Valuation methodology and accuracy review.
  3. Loan Documentation Review:
    • Review loan agreements.
    • Address discrepancies prior to signature.
  4. Transaction Tracking:
    • Maintain up-to-date tracking sheet.
    • Display effective and outstanding transactions.
    • Monitor compliance with covenants.
  5. First Disbursement Sign-off:
    • Ensure conditions precedent are met.
    • Collateral perfection.
    • Necessary signatures and dates.
  6. Credit Approval Document Retention:
    • Retain documents for all obligors.
  7. Equity Valuation Review:
    • Methodology and accuracy review.
    • Feasibility of hold/exit recommendation.
  8. Viability Assessment:
    • Restructuring plan viability.
    • Impact on risk ratings.
    • Viability of exit strategy.
  9. Consent and Waiver Approval:
    • Approve consents, waivers, and amendments.
    • Changes to security package.
  10. Exit Note Review:
    • Closing opinion on investment performance.
    • Evaluation against investment objectives.
  11. Submission to Committees:
    • Approval of substantive issues or changes.
    • Independent opinion via credit note.
  12. Country/Sector/Group Reviews:
    • Conduct reviews as deemed necessary.
  13. Early Warning Signs Detection:
    • Detect delinquency signs.
    • Inform for remedial action.
  14. Compliance Monitoring:
    • Ensure facilities are within approved limits.
    • Monitor credit servicing.
  15. Other Duties:
    • Perform tasks as assigned by superiors.

 

Requirements:

  • Master's degree in Finance, Economics or related field with at least 5 years of related experience. (2+ years of banking experience preferred with a focus on Credit Administration)
  • General knowledge of banking principles and/or loan markets.
  • Excellent organization skills and detail oriented
  • Good interpersonal skills for team-oriented environment
  • Competence in the use of Bank standard software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SAP).
  • Ability to communicate effectively (written and oral) in Arabic and English. (French is an added advantage)
  • Hands on approach with problem solving attitude with the ability to prioritise workloads
  • Managing tight deadlines

 

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • Full time position
  • Candidate willing and able to relocate to Saudi Arabia

 

 

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to Matthew Taylor at mataylor@caglobalint.com

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

Matthew Taylor

Recruitment Consultant

CA Finance

 

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Job Reference: MTBADCAA1

Northern Africa
Posted 3 weeks ago
Reference No. JA-015

Job Description: 

Supporting Management and investment teams, the Director, ESG, Climate, and Sustainability will have the following responsibilities.

Responsibilities:

  • Overseeing ESG Management System implementation and ensuring that the ESG Manual and Policy are reviewed on a three-year basis in line with emerging trends.
  • Driving the implementation of Africa50’s Climate Guiding Principles and ensuring that we have an efficient system to monitor and measure the execution of any climate-related actions.
  • Overseeing the execution of the Development Impact framework and the building of a track record stemming from both Africa50 and our portfolio companies and institutional actions
  • Coordinating engagement with internal and external stakeholders where required, including the implementation of stakeholder engagement plans, information packs, thought leadership pieces, attending speaking engagements, and developing relationships with investors, NGO and civil society organisation’s, development finance institutions, and industry bodies.
  • In conjunction with the Senior Director Strategy and Investor Relations, identify potential new investors and build investor relationships, as well as representing Africa50 in meetings/presentations with/to prospective and existing investors.
  • Support the fundraising efforts by:
  1. Building the narrative for securing “green capital” and targeting investors that are sensitive to climate and sustainability.
  2. Collecting market intelligence and seeking to expand the set of potential shareholder/investor relationships.
  • Overall responsibility and management of Africa50’s Corporate Social Responsibility program
  • Responsibility for Africa50’s internal climate impact monitoring and measurement per the Climate Guiding Principles
  • Ensuring implementation and monitoring of efficient data gathering processes for the measuring and monitoring of ESG, Climate and Sustainability to ensure relevant reporting.
  • Overseeing the on-going monitoring and measurement of ESG, Climate and Sustainability metrics by appointed ESG internal and/or external officers and lead and support investment professionals who have been assigned ESG duties.
  • Overseeing and supporting site visits to portfolio companies including on-site audits, monitoring and evaluation activities, provision of support and training, assessing progress and providing support on implementation of prescribed corrective actions, and reviewing post site visit reports
  • Undertaking assessments of project lead sponsors’ ESG capability (where the lead sponsor is not Africa50) and advising the Africa50 investment teams as appropriate on areas of sponsor weakness that require corrective action in order to ensure alignment with the ESG Management System
  • Supporting the Africa50 investment teams in their engagement with sponsors, portfolio companies, and other relevant project stakeholders, to encourage and guide all relevant project stakeholders towards achievement of ESG, Climate and Sustainability standards that align with Africa50’s standards.
  • Overseeing the appointment and management of third-party consultants for complex ESG due diligence and/ or monitoring (i.e. for Category A and selected Category B investment opportunities)
  • Assisting with the scoping of complex ESG due diligence and/ or monitoring exercises (i.e. for Category A and selected Category B investment opportunities)
  • Reviewing and signing-off on ESG DDs for Category A (High) and B (Medium) investment opportunities
  • Contributing to the evaluation of investment proposals, including via investment committee papers and meetings
  • Supporting in negotiations with underlying investments to ensure that ESG, Climate and Sustainability rights are embedded in legal agreements, including relevant action plans (where appropriate)
  • Ensuring effective monitoring of portfolio company compliance with the internal ESG, Climate and Sustainability requirements and policies, including the implementation of agreed action plans or management plans
  • Responding to significant ESG, Climate and Sustainability incidents arising at portfolio companies and ensuring that Africa50 Executive Management and relevant stakeholders are informed of such significant incidents, as appropriate and in a timely manner.
  • Overseeing disclosure of key ESG, Climate and Sustainability information to relevant internal and external stakeholders, including the Africa50 Board and its subcommittees
  • Driving internal ESG, Climate and Sustainability skills development and capacity building of Board Directors, deal executives, investment professionals and lead sponsors through internal and external training
  • Collation and compilation of Sustainability, Climate and ESG Reports as and when required for the Africa50 shareholders.

Candidate Profile

Essential Qualifications & Experience

  • At least a bachelor’s degree in a relevant discipline
  • A minimum of 15 years’ experience in Environment, Sustainability and Governance, Climate and Sustainability fields in Africa and/or other Emerging Markets
  • Experience within a relevant finance institution or public/private organisation in the financial services industry (e.g., PE, DFI, multilateral, sovereign wealth fund, professional services firm), of which at least seven years will be at a senior management level.
  • Connection to Africa and intent to pursue an Africa-focused career.

Location:

  • Casablanca, Morocco (Hybrid)

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to jadams@caglobalint.com .

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

Jamie Adams

Recruitment Specialist

CA Finance

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Job Reference: JA-015

Reference No. SRBLR-SMEXDE-FIN-001

CA Global Headhunters has been retained by the Afreximbank based in Cairo, Egypt to recruit for this position. For more information on the Afreximbank please visit their website www.afreximbank.com.  Should you meet the minimum requirements and wish to apply for the position please apply directly to CA Global Headhunters.
 

Reference Number: SRBLR-SMEXDE-FIN-001

 

Nature and Scope:

The role of the position holder will be to oversee the development, origination, structuring and financing of export-related projects and to implement business plans with support from the Director, Export Development.

 

The role is supposed to help the Bank achieve its mission of “stimulating” a consistent expansion of and diversification of African trade so as to rapidly increase Intra –African Trade and Africa’s share of global trade, while operating as a “first class, profit oriented, socially responsible financial institution and a centre of excellence in African trade matters” by finding and developing opportunities for business development in export development finance across all member and participating states of the Bank. The Export Development function is mandated to: "support and develop, directly or indirectly, Africa's value-added export trade and the continent’s capacity to engage in that trade and to respond to continental and international business opportunities."

 

Responsibilities:

  • To lead in originating strong pipeline of export related projects across a spectrum of sectors in different countries in liaison with the branch teams and with support from Director, Export Development;
  • To oversee the structuring of transactions/projects that support industrialization and export development, including developing and negotiating term sheets to execution;
  • To oversee the development and preparation of annual business development plans, covering all aspects of financing of projects in respect of our export development programme;
  • To play a lead role in translating business development plans into real business for the Bank from all segments of the Trade and Export markets by structuring and financing:
  1. Export manufacturing projects;
  2. Light manufacturing projects;
  3. Agro-processing projects;
  4. Industrial parks and Special Economic Zones (SEZs) projects; and
  5. Service export projects (Healthcare and Hospitality).
  • To deepen and expand the marketing and coverage of the department’s flagish financing product/programmes such as the CONMED, CONTOUR, AFRICOIN and Non-equity modes as a means of facilitating industrialization and export development;
  • To design programmes and initiatives for establishing market presence with emphasis on broadening the geographic scope of the Bank’s interventions and ensuring these programmes are well tailored to meet demands of African corporate entities and institutions;
  • To coordinate activities of all personnel within Export Development Finance and ensuring transactions and given portfolios, are processed from origination, credit approval and financial close within optimal time;
  • To coordinate support to the Credit Assessment department with relevant information to facilitate the credit process and the Legal department during transaction documentation;
  • In line with the above, to liaise with the Banking Operations department to ensure that once approval is obtained, disbursement is done within the required timelines and that the portfolio is managed according to the terms of the agreement and to the client’s satisfaction, until expiry of the same;
  • To build and maintain strong relationships with market participants including international banks, African financial institutions, project finance intermediaries, project sponsors and developers, corporates and commodity boards and organizations; and
  • Any other duties as may be assigned by Senior Management.

 

Requirements: Qualification and Skill

  • Bachelor’s degree and completed master’s degree in business administration, Economics, Banking, Finance or other related fields from a recognized University. A recognized post graduate professional qualification in Banking may be accepted in lieu of a post graduate degree.
  • Sound investment and industry experience of at least 10 years in project and/or infrastructure finance department in either of the following: 
  • a Tier 1 regional or international financial institution;
  • a Tier 1 international investment bank; and
  • a Development Finance Institution.
  • Knowledge of different sizes and needs of African enterprises ranging from large national and multi-national corporates to small and medium sized businesses and of Africa’s diverse industry sectors;
  • Ability to set priorities and support the corporate vision needed to fulfill the Industrialization and Export Development strategy of the Bank and attain its objectives; and
  • Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with other staff members and have the capacity to be sensitive to the differing needs and agendas of multiple stakeholders.
  • Ability to communicate and function in a culturally diverse and change oriented setting with good knowledge of banking practices in Africa;
  • Ability to interact with senior officials of banks, corporates and governments and to represent the Bank in important professional fora where oral presentation of papers will be necessary to high level technical and professional audiences;
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Knowledge of the Bank's other working languages is an added advantage (French, Arabic and Portuguese);
  • Demonstrated leadership capabilities, including ability to organize and manage human resources to attain goals;
  • Strong interpersonal skills, superior intellect, and an outstanding ability to communicate at all levels; and
  • Demonstrable problem-solving, quantitative, and analytical skills; strategic and creative thinking.

 

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • 12-month Contract
  • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo, Egypt
  • Suitably qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

 

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to Shearidan Rabsch at srabsch@caglobalint.com  

 

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

Shearidan Rabsch

Recruitment Manager – Banking & Finance

Banking & Finance

 

CA Global will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful however your CV will be kept on our database for any other suitable positions.

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Job Category308989

Job Reference: SRBLR-SMEXDE-FIN-001

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