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AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK GROUP

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

 

 

The African Development Bank hereby invites Individual Consultants to indicate their interest in the following assignment : BUSINESS ANALYSIS, PLANNING, DELIVERY AND REPORTING CONSULTANT ;

The external consultant will work closely with the Vice President, Regional Development Integration and Business Delivery to serve as an ongoing advisor on matters essential to :

  1. Advise the Vice President and RDVP management on operational entry points for policy dialogue and investment operations in RMCs ;
  2. Prepare engagement briefs and presentations to support policy dialogue at country and regional level ;
  3. Carry out stock-taking exercises and other research to inform RDVP’s footprint across regions and countries ;
  4. Complete reviews for budget, portfolio, staffing and footprint across the RDVP complex ;
  5. Develop affordability analyses related to new organizational structures, staffing models, span of control and business delivery mechanisms in support of the new DBDM ;
  6. Support resource mobilization efforts, as required, especially through advice to the RDVP ;
  7. Support the work of the RDVP on key corporate deliverables and initiatives, including deliverables for the Operations Committee (OPSCOM) and the Senior Management Coordination Committee (SMCC) ;
  8. Assist RDVP in the corporate KPI exercise, and produce deliverables for deployment of KPIs across the RDVP complex ;
  9. Interested Consultants shall provide information on their qualifications and experience demonstrating their ability to undertake this Assignment (documents, reference to similar services, experience in similar assignments, etc.) ;
  10. The eligibility criteria, the establishment of a shortlist and the selection procedure shall be in conformity with the Bank’s Rules and Procedures for the Use of Consultants under projects financed by the Bank Group, May 2008 Edition, revised on July 2012, available on the Bank Website at http://www.afdb.org. Please, note that interest expressed by a Consultant does not imply any obligation on the part of the Bank to include him/her in the shortlist ;
  11. The estimated duration of services is 200 days and the estimated starting date is beginning of February 2020 ;
  12. Interested Individual Consultants may obtain further information at the address below during the Bank’s working hours: from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm local (Abidjan) time ;
  13. Expressions of interest must be received at the address below no later than 29 January 2020 at 17.00 Abidjan time and specifically mentioning : BUSINESS ANALYSIS, PLANNING, DELIVERY AND REPORTING CONSULTANT.

 

For the attention of:Office of the Vice President, Regional Development, Integration and
Business Delivery Complex (RDVP)
African Development Bank, CCIA Building Room 20D
Rue Joseph Anoma Plateau, 01BP 1387 Abidjan-Côte d’Ivoire
Contact persons:Mr. Frederik Teufel (f.teufel@afdb.org) / Ms. Samia Tagougui
(s.tagougui@afdb.org)

 

ESTABLISHMENT OF THE SHORT LIST :

A shortlist of three to six individual consultants will be established at the end of the request of expressions of interest. The consultants on the shortlist will be judged on the following criteria on the basis of their updated resume.

Level of education in general20%
Educational level compared to the field of mission20%
Years of experience in general20%
Number of years of experience relevant to the mission40%

TERMS OF REFERENCE

BUSINESS ANALYSIS, PLANNING, DELIVERY AND REPORTING CONSULTANT

BACKGROUND :

Established in 1964, the African Development Bank (AfDB) is a multi-lateral development finance institution and the premier pan-African organization fostering economic growth and social progress in Africa. The AfDB’s primary goal is to reduce poverty and improve living standards by mobilizing resources within and outside Africa, and providing financial and technical assistance for development projects and programs in Africa.

The AfDB is a unique proposition: as an African organization serving Africans, it is a motor for economic progress and integration, and the voice of Africa and African development across the continent. It endeavours to be at the centre of Africa’s transformation and to improve the quality of Africa’s growth. It aims to broaden and deepen that process of transformation, mainly by ensuring that growth is shared and not isolated, for all African citizens and countries, not just for some.

To catalyse Africa’s transformation, the AfDB leverages systemically its own resources; it acts as catalyst for significantly scaling up development finance for Africa and for mobilizing domestic resources. In 2018, approvals through the African Development Bank totalled UA 5.13 billion, up 14 percent from 2017 and the share of non-sovereign operations was 32 percent, compared with 37 percent in 2017. African Development Fund approvals in 2018 totaled UA 1.09 billion.

In 2018, total disbursements reached UA 4.37 billion, 88 percent of the UA 4.96 billion target. The Bank Group’s active portfolio in 2018 was led by transport (25 percent), power (22 percent), finance (19 percent), agriculture (10 percent), and water and sanitation (9 percent). The financial sector loans benefited many different sectors.

AFDB HIGH FIVES

The AfDB president has highlighted five priority areas, known as the “high-fives”, for the African Development Bank. Over the next ten years, the Bank will :  

  • Light up and power Africa’ by unlocking the energy potential ;
  • Feed Africa’ by transforming the agriculture and agro-processing sectors ;
  • Industrialize Africa’ by unlocking the potential of small, medium and large businesses ;
  • Integrate Africa’ through regional infrastructural projects; and
  • Improve the quality of life for Africans’ through the provision of water, health and sanitation.

DUTIES :

The African Development Bank is rolling out a new development and business delivery model in order to bring its operations closer to its clients; grow its portfolios from sovereign and private sector operations; and expand the revenue of the Bank. This model will enable the Bank to better deploy high quality knowledge and advisory services, and, most importantly, to accelerate its developmental impacts across Africa in operationalizing the implementation of the new development and business delivery model (DBDM), with a focus on ensuring an effective and efficient transition.

The Bank has established five regional development and business delivery hubs, with one in each region of Africa: North, South, East, West, and Central. A country department has also been established in Nigeria. The new structure will drive and ensure the operational efficiency, effectiveness and overall health of the Bank’s portfolio across their regions to achieve significant developmental impacts, transferring the responsibilities of implementation and integration of all aspects of the Bank’s work in that region to the sub-Regional level.

The Lead Business Planning, Business Delivery and Business Restructuring consultant will support the Vice President for Regional Development, Integration and Business Delivery Complex (RDVP).

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES WILL INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO :

  • Advise the Vice President and RDVP management on operational entry points for policy dialogue and investment operations in RMCs.
  • Prepare engagement briefs and presentations to support policy dialogue at country and regional level ;
  • Carry out stock-taking exercises and other research to inform RDVP’s footprint across regions and countries ;
  • Complete reviews for budget, portfolio, staffing and footprint across the RDVP complex ;
  • Develop affordability analyses related to new organizational structures, staffing models, span of control and business delivery mechanisms in support of the new DBDM ;
  • Support resource mobilization efforts, as required, especially through advice to the RDVP ;
  • Support the work of the RDVP on key corporate deliverables and initiatives, including deliverables for the Operations Committee (OPSCOM) and the Senior Management Coordination Committee (SMCC) ;
  • Assist RDVP in the corporate KPI exercise, and produce deliverables for deployment of KPIs across the RDVP complex ;
  • Undertake any other assignment given by the Vice President aimed at achieving the overall objective of this assignment.

SELECTION CRITERIA :

  • Master’s degree in a relevant field such as business, information systems technology, finance, economics or related field ;
  • Minimum of twelve years of relevant work experience ;
  • Experience working in strategic management, financial modelling or structuring, project management, international development, research and analysis, and combined with either relevant private financial sector or public sector ;
  • Demonstrated experience in finance concepts, business delivery and reorganization in the context of multilateral development banks ;
  • Highly developed analytical, problem-solving and research skills, with the ability to work with large amounts of data; and advanced modelling capacity ;
  • Ability to conceptualize, innovate, plan, project, manage, and execute complex ideas, as well as to impart knowledge and coach ;
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-cultural environment and across teams, and establish harmonious and effective working relationships both within and outside the organization ;
  • Demonstrated strength/fluency in English or oral and written communications, including ability to draft finance documents and to articulate ideas verbally in a clear and compelling way to audiences of varied levels ;
  • Fluency in French is desirable but not essential ;
  • Highly attentive to details, ensuring accuracy of all calculations, models, documents and communications.

COMPETENCIES :

  • Deliver Results for Clients: Achieves results and identifies mission-driven solutions for the client ;
  • Lead and Innovate: Develops innovative solutions with others ;
  • Collaorate Within Teams and Across Boundaries: Initiates collaboration across boundaries and broadly across the organization ;
  • Create, Apply and Share Knowledge: Creates, applies and shares knowledge from across and outside RDVP complex to strengthen internal and/or external client solutions ;
  • Financial Risk Analysis & Modelling: Develop new or edit existing financial models to value different organizational initiatives. Runs sensitivity analysis and analyses different scenarios. Understands and can utilize modelling and forecasting techniques based on projected values for complex and innovative financial instruments to evaluate impacts of financial risks.

REPORTING AND DUTY STATION :

The consultant will report to the Vice-President, Regional Development, Integration and Business Delivery Complex. The consultant will be based at home but will be required from time to time as the need arises to travel to the Bank’s Headquarters in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire or any other countries on mission.

DELIVERABLES :

  • Prepare Operational Dashboard reports for each of the five regions within RDVP ;
  • Prepare staffing and footprint analyses pertaining to the deployment of staff to Regional Hubs and Country Offices within the new organizational structure ;
  • Produce deliverables in support of RDVP’s lending and non-lending activities, including senior management and Board presentations, as well as documentation required to support the operationalization of the DBDM within RDVP ;
  • Prepare the mapping and operationalization exercises for the new country office rightsizing exercise within RDVP ;
  • Produce RDVP inputs to the Bank-wide KPI exercise ;
  • Produce RDVP deliverables for OPSCOM and the SMCC ;
  • Prepare engagement briefs to support policy dialogue at regional and country level.

Mission (s) : Based on the request of the Vice President, the consultant will be required, where necessary, to travel to Abidjan or other countries. The cost of such missions (Airfare, accommodation and per diem) will be paid by the Bank in accordance with the Travel Policy of the Bank.

Duration : The consultant will commence work on February 1, 2020 for a total period of one hundred and twenty working days and is expected to complete the assignment no later than February 1, 2021. The working days shall not necessarily be continuous but based on the need of the RDVP as may be requested by the Vice President. The contract can be renewed based on satisfactory performance and business need.

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