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  • Posted: Sep 10, 2020
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    Power Planning Manager

    The USAID-funded Power Africa West Africa Energy Program (WAEP or the Program), works to expand supply of and access to affordable and reliable grid-connected electricity services in West Africa through a range of technical assistance, capacity building, and transactional support to advance Power Africa’s objective in the West Africa region. WAEP will implement targeted interventions to achieve the following three outcomes:

    • Increase the supply of power in West Africa
    • Enable expanded end-user connection to the grid
    • Improve the technical and institutional capacity and performance of select national utilities, and other relevant national power sector entities.

    Job Description

    • The Power Planning Manager (Ghana Outcome 1 Lead) will manage and execute Outcome 1 activities, as defined in the WAEP Task Order, and engage in the following illustrative interventions:

    Position Responsibilities

    • In coordination with the WAEP Chief of Party (COP) and Senior Ghana Technical Lead (SGTL), define and implement Outcome 1 strategy and activities.
    • Manage a team of Transaction Advisors that will provide technical and advisory assistance to developers and government stakeholders to help advance new generation and transmission capacity through the project pipeline.
    • In coordination with WAEP Home-Office Management Team and WAEP COP and SGTL, define, manage, monitor and control Outcome 1 work, schedule, budget and resources,
    • Ensure quality of Outcome 1 deliverables and outputs, and ensure deliverables approval,
    • Ensure coordination of Outcome 1 activities with other Outcomes and support the team as needed,
    • Support DCOP in the implementation of cross-cutting activities (Gender, MEL, Communication)

    General Functions of the Position

    • The Employee shall perform the following general functions:
    • Effectively inspire, lead, manage, and ensure the day-to-day personal performance of all staff under the Employee’s supervision in compliance with the Project Work Plan and the Project administrative and policy manual;
    • Lead the development and implementation of the Project’s Outcome 1 efforts on CLIN 2 (Ghana) Programs.
    • Effectively liaise with the CLIN 2 technical teams, cross-cutting team and divisions of USAID on all aspects of the Project Work Plan implementation;
    • Conduct all business in a manner that respects local culture;
    • Maintain high ethical standards at all times, avoiding any actual or perceived conflicts of interest;
    • Abide by all local laws, USAID regulations, and US Embassy/USAID project directives, whether written or verbal; and
    • Perform any and all tasks as may be assigned by the Chief of Party or his/her designee as may be required to contribute to the achievement of Project goals and objectives.

    Specific Tasks Applicable to the Position

    Over the course of the program, the Outcome 1 Lead is expected to lead activities under the following focus areas:

    • IR 1.1 – New generation capacity advanced through the project pipeline
    • IR 1.2 – Generation and transmission planning improved
    • IR 1.3 – Legal and regulatory frameworks for private sector investment improved
    • IR 1.4 – Financing solutions made more available
    • IR 1.5 – Transmission capacity (MW) strengthened
    • IR 1.6 – Social and environmental sustainability of power projects strengthened

    Qualifications

    • Possess minimum of Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree in economics, engineering, finance, and any other related field, particularly in energy sector
    • Minimum of 10 years of experience in energy sector, 12 – 15 years’ experience will be an added advantage.
    • Experience working in similar context in Ghana.
    • Previous experience with donor agency programs desirable.
    • Demonstrated experience operating in developing country environments, including conducting technical activities
    • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills and ability to solve complex problems
    • Ability to write, communicate, and prepare engagement materials fluently in English

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    Power System Engineer/Analyst

    The USAID-funded Power Africa West Africa Energy Program (WAEP or the Program), works to expand supply of and access to affordable and reliable grid-connected electricity services in West Africa through a range of technical assistance, capacity building and transactional support to advance Power Africa’s objective in the West Africa region. WAEP will implement targeted interventions to achieve the following three outcomes:

    • Increase the supply of power in West Africa
    • Enable expanded end-user connection to the grid
    • Improve the technical and institutional capacity and performance of select national utilities, and other relevant national power sector entities.

    Job Description

    • The Power System Engineer/Analyst will provide support to Ghana’s Outcome 1 team on power planning activities to update the IPSMP and to support energy efficiency and related activities and shall perform the following general functions:

    Position Responsibilities

    Effectively inspire, lead, manage, and ensure the day-to-day personal performance in compliance with the Project Work Plan and the Project administrative and policy manual;

    • Support the development and implementation of the Project’s technical efforts on Outcome 1, CLIN 2 (Ghana) Programs.
    • Effectively liaise with the CLIN 2 technical teams, cross-cutting team and divisions of USAID on all aspects of the Project Work Plan implementation;
    • Conduct all business in a manner that respects local culture;
    • Maintain high ethical standards at all times, avoiding any actual or perceived conflicts of interest;
    • Abide by all local laws, USAID regulations, and US Embassy/USAID project directives, whether written or verbal; and
    • Perform any and all tasks as may be assigned by the Chief of Party or his/her designee as may be required to contribute to the achievement of Project goals and objectives.

    Specific Tasks Applicable to the Position

    • As directed by the Chief of Party or his/her designee, the Employee shall perform, oversee, and support the performance of the following specific tasks:
    • Provide support to the “Planning Committee” (PPTC) to update the IPSMP
    • Provide support in the implementation of the competitive procurement in the power sector
    • Provide support to OC1 Lead to work with EC in the update of the IPM Model
    • Provide direction on data collection efforts for evidence-based analysis for CSOs, PURC and EC
    • Support both annual and long-term demand forecast for the PPTC.
    • Collate updated power system data e.g. Generation data, Transmission line upgrade data, etc.
    • Support further work on AMI Analysis as inputs into any tariff study
    • Support the adoption on non-wire alternatives (NWA) to address network constraints.

    Qualifications

    • Possess minimum of Bachelor’s degree in economics, engineering, finance, and any other related field, a Master’s degree will be an added advantage
    • Minimum of 5 years of experience in energy sector, 8 – 10 years’ experience will be an added advantage.
    • Experience working in similar context in Ghana.
    • Previous experience with USAID and Power Africa preferred, and/or with donor agency programs
    • Demonstrated experience operating in developing country environments, including conducting technical activities
    • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills and ability to solve complex problems
    • Ability to write, communicate, and prepare engagement materials fluently in English

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    CLIN2 Gas and Power Sector Specialist

    Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Government and Public Sector (GPS) is implementing the USAID West Africa Energy Program (WAEP), a 4-year project under Power Africa. The objective of WAEP is to expand supply of and access to affordable and reliable grid-connected electricity services in West Africa through a range of technical assistance, capacity building, and transactional support to advance Power Africa’s objective in the West Africa region. WAEP will implement targeted interventions to achieve the following four outcomes:

    • Increase the supply of power in West Africa
    • Enable expanded end-user connection to the grid
    • Improve the technical and institutional capacity and performance of select national utilities, and other relevant national power sector entities
    • Accelerate the establishment of a high functioning regional power market

    Job Description

    To support WAEP, Deloitte is seeking an experienced, full-time Gas and Power Sector Specialist to be based in Accra, Ghana. The Gas and Power Sector Specialist will provide support to the Ghana (CLIN2) team, supporting the embedded Transaction Advisors.

    Position Responsibilities

    The Gas and Power Sector Specialist is expected to support gas and power activities in Ghana, as defined in the WAEP Task Order, and engage in the following illustrative interventions:

    • Support Ministry of Energy efforts to implement the Energy Sector Recovery Program
    • Support power systems planning on modelling generation & transmission planning activities, leveraging the Power Africa Gas Roadmap
    • Develop financial and economic models to support energy sector initiatives (such as the proposed Natural Gas Clearinghouse)
    • Perform analytical work and draft reports in support of WAEP’s goals of improving the legal and regulatory frameworks for private sector investment
    • Participate in review of Return on Investment (ROI) analysis of country portfolio of potential generation and non-generation services investment opportunities

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s and Masters’ degree in economics, engineering, finance or any related field
    • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in the upstream and/or midstream energy sector
    • Experience working in similar context in West Africa
    • Previous experience with USAID and Power Africa and/or with donor agency programs will be an added advantage.
    • Demonstrated experience operating in developing country environments, including conducting technical activities
    • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
    • Ability to solve complex problems
    • Ability to write, communicate, and prepare engagement materials fluently in English

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