Job Vacancy For Economist (Individual)

Frannan International, managers of the Ghana Field Support Services Project (FSSP), seeks to engage the services of a Women's Economic Empowerment Consultant to provide professional, technical, strategic and advisory consulting services to the Canadian development assistance programme in Ghana.

Status: Part Time Consultant (up to 6 days/month)

Scope of Work

• The Economist will work closely with the development section of the High Commission of Canada to provide technical services and advice on economic related issues, trends and practices in Ghana as they relate to the Canadian development programme and projects in Ghana.

Qualification Required & Experience

• A bachelor's degree from a recognized post-secondary institution in economics or related subject matter (such as: finance, business administration, development economics or commerce).
• Minimum of 8 years of experience working as an economist, at least 5 of which should be in Ghana.
• Minimum of 5 years of experience working in a technical capacity in economic policy or economic analysis/forecasting for government, a bilateral or multilateral development institution or civil society organization.
• Demonstrated experience providing evidence-based economic advice.

Location: Accra

How To Apply For The Job

Qualified candidates are invited to submit their CV and a one-page cover letter outlining how they meet the minimum requirements outlined above. Those considered to meet the minimum requirements will be invited to receive the Request for Proposals (RFP) for this consultancy.

• CVs and cover letters should be submitted to the Field Support Services Project (FSSP Ghana) office at No. 36 Church Crescent - GL-014-1024 Labone - Accra or call 0556-144136 for directions.
• Applicants residing outside of the Greater Accra Region ONLY can submit bye-mail to:

[email protected]

Closing Date: 27 July, 2018


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