La Banque Mondiale recrute pour ces 3 postes (09 Octobre 2021)

Informations sur l'Emploi

Titre du Poste : 3 postes

Description de l'Emploi

Poste 1 : analyste RH, apprentissage et développement, Dakar, Sénégal

Job #: req13261
Organization: World Bank
Sector: Human Resources
Grade: GE
Term Duration: 3 years 0 months
Recruitment Type: Local Recruitment
Location: Dakar,Senegal
Required Language(s): English, French
Preferred Language(s): English, French
Closing Date: 10/25/2021 (MM/DD/YYYY) at 11:59pm UTC

Description :

Voulez-vous construire une carrière qui en vaut vraiment la peine? Travailler au Groupe de la Banque mondiale (GBM) vous offre une opportunité unique d’aider nos clients à résoudre leurs plus grands défis de développement. Le Groupe de la Banque mondiale est l’une des plus importantes sources de financement et de connaissances pour les pays en développement ; un partenariat mondial unique de cinq institutions dédiées à mettre fin à l’extrême pauvreté, à accroître la prospérité partagée et à promouvoir le développement durable. Avec 189 pays membres et plus de 120 bureaux dans le monde, nous travaillons avec des partenaires des secteurs public et privé investissant dans des projets révolutionnaires et utilisant les données, la recherche et la technologie pour développer des solutions aux défis mondiaux les plus urgents. Pour plus d’informations, visitez,

In positioning the WBG as an employer of choice and leader within the development community and to better respond to the diversified needs of the organization’s shareholders and staff, the Human Resources Vice-Presidency is expanding its footprint in its field offices, to be closer to its clients. Specifically, the HRDLS Staff Development (SD) Program which supports the learning and development of WBG staff globally by providing face-to-face training, distance learning, job aids, and online resources is expanding its operations to be fulfilled from the Africa region. The Language Program offers either virtually or face-to-face language training in Arabic, Chinese, French, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and English as a Second Language (ESL). It delivers group and private language training to over 800 participants per year. In order to ensure a successful provision of language training to the WBG staff globally, the SD Program is looking for an HR Analyst, Learning and Development, based in Dakar, Senegal, working closely with the SD Program Manager and Unit Manager based in Washington, DC.

Duties & Accountabilities :

Program Support :

  • Design and manage language courses on the WBG Learning Management System, called Online Learning Campus (OLC, based in SABA LMS). After the initial course design on the OLC platform (done in collaboration with the Learning Officer), the Learning Analyst (LA) is expected to manage each course, class and session independently. This includes: i) entering the relevant information in OLC for each course/class; ii) testing the system to ensure correct information is displayed to participants; iii) enrolling, managing and tracking participants; and iv) ensuring follow-up actions are taken in a timely manner pre-and post-course (ensure eligibility criteria are met for enrollment, attendance tracking and reporting, chargeback, evaluations, etc.) ;
  • Act as focal point for all communications with stakeholders for language program offerings, including individual and group communications to participants, their managers, course instructors and through the intranet ;
  • Manage external provider (Mango) Languages account : keep track of participants, provide app access to clients, keep track of and produce reports on usage as needed ;
  • Provide additional ad hoc client management support including : i) review and screen needs assessment forms from applicants; and ii) manage a database of users.

Chargeback Management : Process through the OLC monthly training chargebacks for private and intact team modalities and quarterly training chargebacks for group training. Update completion status in the system.

Data Management and Analytics :

  • Manage attendance tracking system: monitor data entered by language instructors regularly; generate attendance reports monthly for chargebacks; act as liaison with the Information Technology (IT) team in charge of the tracking system to ensure proper functioning; provide training for language instructors as needed; and ensure discrepancies across all schedules are resolved in a timely manner ;
  • Manage and maintain a master Excel file to capture data on the program, tracking both financial and programmatic data. Process participants and budget information; curate and analyze data; improve predictive power of the budget model; and produce regular reports on participants and financial data of the Language Program ;
  • Collaborate with Learning Officers on collecting and processing data for Kirkpatrick’s Levels 1-4 Evaluation of the program and on its business impact.

Program efficiency and improvement :

  • Contribute to increase program effectiveness and efficiency. The LA is expected to contribute to the continuous program workflow and administration improvement, streamline processes to increase efficiency, and actively participate in brainstorming, testing and implementing of new processes, such as the implementation of a new LMS/LXP ;
  • Contribute ideas to the team on improvements of the processes, products and services towards more effective and efficient staff development program ;
  • Collaborate with Learning Officers on adapting and improving communication and marketing material and delivery for specific learning offerings, through various marketing channels ;
  • Serve as a backup for other staff supporting staff development program.

Material Design & Update :

The LA is expected to work independently and in coordination with Learning Officers to design new/update course material and edit/update the Program’s website and to develop online performance support tools.

Manage Information, Communication and Records :

In order for all staff to receive current information, the LA is expected to :

  • Manage and update schedules for the different language programs ;
  • File Oral Proficiency Interview assessment (OPI) reports, send OPI results to clients, update OPI results in PeopleSoft, maintain OPI data file updated and produce OPI reports when needed ;
  • Maintain and keep updated folders and files in shared drives.

Selection Criteria :

  • Master’s degree in HR or related field desired, with 2 years of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience ;
  • Advanced proficiency in written and oral communication in English and fluency in French ;
  • Advanced skills in Excel with ability to manage large databases, including formulas, use of pivot tables and charts ;
  • Advanced proficiency in catalog building, evaluating, reporting, and monitoring, using the learning management system (SABA preferred) ;
  • Advanced proficiency in all Microsoft Office Applications. Competence using SharePoint is highly desirable. Ability to use Bank systems (PeopleSoft, SAP, MS products, etc.) is a plus ;
  • Excellent time and project-management skills; ability to juggle multiple tasks within tight deadlines independently, with minimum supervision ;
  • Ability to organize, coordinate, monitor and implement tasks and projects. Demonstrated ownership and accountability for results ;
  • Strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills ;
  • Thorough attention to detail so that records are up-to-date and readily retrievable ;
  • Demonstrated initiative and creativity promoting effectiveness, in learning and/or supporting implementation of emerging technology and systems relevant to effective work of the unit ;
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to work effectively in a virtual and multi-cultural team-based environment ;
  • Demonstrate the WBG competencies (link).

The World Bank Group is committed to achieving diversity in race, gender, nationality, culture, and educational background. Individuals with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply.  Women and Sub-Saharan African/Caribbean candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.  All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.

World Bank Group Core Competencies

The World Bank Group offers comprehensive benefits, including a retirement plan; medical, life and disability insurance; and paid leave, including parental leave, as well as reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

We are proud to be an equal opportunity and inclusive employer with a dedicated and committed workforce, and do not discriminate based on gender, gender identity, religion, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or disability.

Learn more about working at the World Bank and IFC, including our values and inspiring stories.

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Poste 2 : analyste des investissements, Dakar, Sénégal

Job #: req13319
Organization: IFC
Sector: Investment
Grade: GE
Term Duration: 2 years 0 months
Recruitment Type: Local Recruitment
Location: Dakar, Senegal
Required Language(s): English, French
Preferred Language(s): Portuguese
Closing Date: 10/17/2021 (MM/DD/YYYY) at 11:59pm UTC

Background & General Description :

IFC—a member of the World Bank Group—is the largest global development institution focused on the private sector in emerging markets. We work in more than 100 countries, using our capital, expertise, and influence to create markets and opportunities in developing countries. In fiscal year 2021, IFC committed a record $31.5 billion to private companies and financial institutions in developing countries, leveraging the power of the private sector to end extreme poverty and boost shared prosperity as economies grapple with the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information, visit
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, is the largest global development institution focused exclusively on the private sector. It helps developing countries achieve sustainable growth by financing investment, mobilizing capital in international financial markets, and providing advisory services to businesses and governments.
IFC’s Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Transaction Advisory Services (CTA) provides sell side financial advisory services and acts as Lead Transaction Advisor to governments to structure and implement PPP and privatization transactions, primarily for provision of public services. Its aim is to increase access to basic infrastructure (electricity, water, transportation and telecommunications) and social services (health and education) as well as facilitate private investments.
The department is looking to recruit an Investment Analysts (IA) for its West and Central Africa team who will support the regional team and management with the whole PPP transaction process of IFC acting as Lead Transaction Advisor.
The team focuses on advising on the following types of transactions across all infrastructure sectors with a particular focus on energy and transport :
  • Public-Private Partnerships e.g. BOT type concessions ;
  • Management and lease contracts ; and
  • Restructuring and privatization of state-owned enterprises.
The position is based in Dakar, Senegal and reports to the Regional Manager for PPP Transaction Advisory Services in Africa.

Role & Responsibilities :

The Investment Analyst will work closely with team leaders as part of the project team to assist in the origination, due diligence, structuring, negotiation and bidding of infrastructure projects.

Duties will include, but will not be limited to :

  • Contribute to origination and marketing activities including preparation of pitch books and proposals ;
  • Prepare memos and documentation for internal approval and consultant procurement processes ;
  • Perform financial analysis and modeling ;
  • Assist in due diligence management, preparation of due diligence and transaction structuring reports, and review of legal, commercial, and technical outputs and documentation ;
  • Assist in preparation of information memorandums, pre-qualification and tender documentation ;
  • Assist in marketing to potential investors, conducting international competitive tenders and commercial/financial closure ;
  • Assist in coordinating closely with other parts of IFC including environmental and social, legal, other advisory and investment departments as well as World Bank colleagues in order to provide comprehensive and bespoke solutions to clients that will achieve sustainable development impact ;
  • Participate in meetings with government clients and investors; and
  • Assist in other project or strategy related activities as the need may arise (research, reporting, etc.).

Selection Criteria :

  • Undergraduate/Graduate degree in Finance or Accounting ;
  • Solid and relevant experience of a minimum of two years gained in the leading financial institution either in project finance, corporate finance, M&A and privatizations, or  private equity funds in infrastructure ;
  • Strong financial modeling skills ;
  • Strong analytical and conceptual skills and ability to communicate ideas clearly and confidently ;
  • Good presentation skills both written and oral ;
  • Willingness and ability to travel on short notice and frequently, as required; and
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in English, and French or Portuguese is essential.

World Bank Group Core Competencies

The World Bank Group offers comprehensive benefits, including a retirement plan; medical, life and disability insurance; and paid leave, including parental leave, as well as reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

We are proud to be an equal opportunity and inclusive employer with a dedicated and committed workforce, and do not discriminate based on gender, gender identity, religion, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or disability.

Learn more about working at the World Bank and IFC, including our values and inspiring stories. 

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Poste 3 : spécialiste du secteur privé/économiste, Abuja, Nigeria

Job #: req13015
Organization: World Bank
Sector: Private Sector Development
Grade: GF
Term Duration: 4 years 0 months
Recruitment Type: Local Recruitment
Location: Abuja,Nigeria
Required Language(s): English
Preferred Language(s):
Closing Date: 10/15/2021 (MM/DD/YYYY) at 11:59pm UTC

Description :

The World Bank Group is one of the largest sources of funding and knowledge for developing countries; a unique global partnership of five institutions dedicated to ending extreme poverty, increasing shared prosperity and promoting sustainable development. With 189 member countries and more than 120 offices worldwide, we work with public and private sector partners, investing in groundbreaking projects and using data, research, and technology to develop solutions to the most urgent global challenges. For more information, visit

Regional context :

Western and Central Africa :

Western and Central Africa is a region with diverse cultures, beliefs, languages, and lifestyles – marked by contrasts of stability and conflict; affluence and poverty.  Home to about half a billion people, it encompasses 22 countries stretching from the westernmost point of Africa across the equator and partly along the Atlantic Ocean to the Republic of Congo in the South. The sub-region is rich in resources and brimming of opportunities. It made impressive progress in regional cooperation and includes two monetary unions – the West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU) and the Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC) that cover 13 countries between them.

Yet these vast opportunities are tempered by persistent gaps in education, health, and skills, which have Africa only reaching forty percent of its estimated potential. Moreover, conflict, food insecurity, population growth, and the disruptive forces of climate change threaten to curtail or even reverse the progress that has been made over the past decades. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought back to the forefront the risks posed by weak health systems and poor surveillance. Many countries in the region that learned difficult lessons from the West Africa Ebola outbreak in 2014 are applying some of the lessons and using all existing instruments and expertise to curb the pandemic while prioritizing the poorest and most vulnerable people.

The World Bank Western and Central Africa Region, comprised of approximately 1,139 staff mostly based in about 22 country offices, is committed to helping countries to realize their considerable development potential and become more competitive in the global economy by focusing on the following priorities :

  • Creating Jobs and Transforming Economies : We are working with countries across Africa to stimulate job creation and economic transformation by leveraging all sources of finance, expertise, and solutions to promote investment ;
  • Building up the Digital Economy : We are supporting Africa’s vision to ensure that every African individual, business, and government is connected by 2030 ;
  • Institutions more Efficient and Accountable : Our support is helping governments strengthen public policy processes, manage resources effectively, and reinforce fair and reliable delivery of public services ;
  • Investing in People : We are at the forefront of helping African countries accelerate human capital gains and empower women by improving their access to education and skills acquisition, sexual and reproductive health services, and employment opportunities ;
  • Supporting Climate Change Mitigation and Adaption : In the face of increasing climate-related risks, we are working with African countries to advance efforts to adopt renewable energy, climate-smart agriculture, and green infrastructure ;
  • Addressing the Drivers of Fragility, Conflict and Violence : Given the cross-border nature of conflicts in Africa, we are employing an approach that simultaneously focuses on the drivers of fragility while also supporting well-targeted regional initiatives to create opportunities for peace and shared prosperity ;
  • Building Partnerships and Working across the African Continent : We are scaling up our work on regional integration, taking a holistic view of the continent that covers both North and Sub-Saharan Africa.

The World Bank is a dedicated partner for Western and Central African countries, helping them deliver strong development outcomes for their people. A brighter future for the region is a better future for the world.


The Private Specialist will be expected to work on Nigeria.

Nigeria is central to the World Bank’s mission of eliminating global poverty.  A multi-ethnic and diverse federation of 36 autonomous states, Nigeria is already Africa’s largest country (over 200 million people) and Africa’s largest economy (nominal GDP of around USD 450 billion in 2019). With its abundance of resources, a young and entrepreneurial population, and a dynamic private sector, Nigeria has the potential to be a giant on the global stage. At the same time, with over 40% of its population (over 80 million people) in poverty, Nigeria has the second largest population of extreme poor in the world. Economic growth, at 2.2% in 2019, has been below the rate of population growth for the last five years, the economy and public finances continue to be highly vulnerable to oil price shocks and not enough jobs are being created for the 3 million plus young Nigerians coming of working age every year, adding to the pool of unemployed and under-employed Fragility, conflict and insecurity afflict many parts of the country, in particular but not only the Northeast, and corruption and weak capacity plague the public sector, eroding the trust that is the basis of the social contract between citizens and the state and on many human development indicators, Nigeria ranks amongst the lowest in the world (6th lowest on the HCI). To provide economic opportunities for its growing population, Nigeria needs to unlock private investment and job creation, and further the structural transformation and diversification of its economy.

The low levels of human capital and the slow progress on diversification reflect and also contribute to the low levels and quality of public expenditures. The levels of public spending are in turn constrained by one of the lowest ratios of government revenues to GDP in the world. And the quality of public spending is hampered by a complicated and sometimes unclear division of roles and responsibilities between the federal and sub-national levels, by insufficient transparency and accountability about the performance of government agencies, and by political hurdles to redirecting public expenditures away from regressive and inefficient uses. To realize its considerable potential, and to fulfill the government’s ambition to lift 100 million Nigerians out of poverty by 2030, Nigeria has to make tangible progress on these critical development challenges, at both the federal and sub-national levels, and this will take concerted effort, political will and a sustained focus on robust implementation of prioritized policy and institutional reforms and public investment programs.

The FY20-FY24 World Bank Group Country Partnership Framework defines the areas where the WBG will engage and how we will engage.

The FCI portfolio in Nigeria is very varied, covering federal and state-level operations, , contribution to development policy operations (DPOs), as well as analytical and advisory services.

Job duties and responsibilities :

Duties : Include, but are not limited to, the following main tasks :

  • Support the FCI dialogue in country with a focus on private sector development: Support the policy dialogue with counterparts on issues relating to private sector development, particularly focusing on creating opportunities for investments supporting economic transformation and employment ;
  • Serve, when needed, as team member or co-TTL/TTL (Task Team Leader) for lending operations, advisory, and analytical work, and contribute to the delivery and quality of financing and knowledge engagements for Nigeria, provide inputs to other Global Practices (Macro, Trade and Investment, Governance, etc.) on private sector related issues ;
  • AAA & Advisory work: Support the development and implementation of high-quality AAA and advisory work. Lead/support policy dissemination events with policy makers, stakeholders, and private sector ;
  • Support the dialogue with the CMU and with theregion: prepare inputs for WPA discussions, strategic documents such as CPFs, SCDs and  ;
  • Relationship management: cultivate strategic relationships with government counterparts and other key stakeholders ;
  • Collaboration with IFC: Coordinate and work with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) as needed on relevant diagnostics, advisory work and operational activities ;
  • Development Partner Collaboration: Support the partnership with the development partner community and facilitate/participate in formal and informal meetings with key development partners, civil society, private sector representatives, and other stakeholders.

Selection Criteria :

  • Master’s degree or PhD in Economics, Business, Public Policy, or relevant qualifications ;
  • At least 5 years of relevant professional experience in private sector development since completing university degree (i.e. Master’s), with solid knowledge in one or more topic areas covered by the FCI Global Practice, such as innovation and entrepreneurship, small and medium enterprise development, trade and export promotion, investment climate reforms, competition policy, productivity and other issues affecting competitiveness ;
  • Excellent writing and presentation skills in English ;
  • Capacity to lead dialogue with senior counterparts and influence policy discussions at the national and subnational level on private sector development issues ;
  • Proven ability to conceptualize, design and implement major projectsand to produce major/complex reports or  Prior experience with World Bank instruments will be a plus ;
  • Demonstrated team player who can work as a member of a multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural team, motivate and lead group efforts and network effectively across boundaries.

World Bank Group Core Competencies

The World Bank Group offers comprehensive benefits, including a retirement plan; medical, life and disability insurance; and paid leave, including parental leave, as well as reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

We are proud to be an equal opportunity and inclusive employer with a dedicated and committed workforce, and do not discriminate based on gender, gender identity, religion, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or disability.

Learn more about working at the World Bank and IFC, including our values and inspiring stories.

Apply here