Principal Monitoring and Evaluation Officer at GIABA Nigeria

Principal Monitoring and Evaluation Officer at GIABA Nigeria

The Inter-Governmental Action Group Against Money Laundering in West Africa (GIABA) is seeking suitably qualified candidates to fill the post of Principal Monitoring and Evaluation Officer P5. The duty station for this post is Dakar, Senegal except that the Information Officer which is Abidjan. The deadline for submission of applications is 30 July 2012. More details are given below.

Position Name: Principal Monitoring and Evaluation Officer P5
Vacancy Number: GAB-04-12

Duties and Responsibilities Principal Monitoring and Evaluation Officer P5
Under the direct supervision of the Director General, the incumbent will work with some autonomy and be responsible for monitoring and evaluation of GIABA programs and projects.

Qualifications & Skills
  • A first degree in criminology, law, programme management or the Social Sciences;
  • At least 10 years of professional experience including 2 years supervisory experience in a permanent or acting capacity;
  • Good knowledge of and working experience Monitoring and Evaluation preferably with international organization;
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a complex, multicultural, multi-ethnic environment and maintain efficient working relationships with people of different nationalities and culture;
  • Demonstrated ability to establish priorities, make timely decisions and to plan, coordinate and monitor the work of others;
  • Good knowledge of the mandate and strategic direction of GIABA and the overall ECOWAS regional integration vision and mission;
  • A good knowledge and practical use of computer systems mainly in data analysis is very necessary.
General Information
The selection criteria will be based on the ECOWAS regulations; and whilst efforts would be made to ensure geographical and gender balance, merit will not be compromised in the process. Nevertheless, women are particularly encouraged to apply. Service in GIABA is guided by the ECOWAS Rules and Regulations. Thus, all posts have attractive remuneration and conditions of service comparable to many international organisations.

How to Apply
All candidates must be proven citizens of ECOWAS Member States. Whilst proficiency in one of the Community Languages (English, French and Portuguese) is the basic requirement, a working knowledge of a second community language will be an added advantage. A minimum ICT knowledge is required for eligibility to all posts. Candidates above the age of fifty years are not eligible for recruitment. Interested persons are requested to summit their written applications addressed to:
The Director General,
Inter-Governmental Action Group against Money Laundering in West Africa (GIABA),
Immeuble A, 1er ├ętage Av. Cheikh Anta DIOP X Canal IV,
Complexe SICAP, Point E,
BP 32400, Ponty-Dakar, Senegal
Please indicate clearly the position for which you are applying. Preferably applicants are strongly advised to send their applications by email to Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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