Project work might include delivering strategic, policy, technical and operational improvements to existing power utilities, strengthening/training utility personnel and systems, improving planning and coordination processes, and improving the regulatory and business climate. It might also include extending the existing grid, improving reliability, reducing losses, and improving customer service in the energy sector. Further, it can involve improving the business climate to facilitate access to debt or equity finance with the ultimate goal of making energy services and products available to a greater percentage of the population.
Depending on the position, some personnel may be based in: Senegal, Togo, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Sierra Leone. We are looking for energy sector professionals who can be available potentially already during 2019.
Typically at least a Master’s degree in relevant technical field with at least 10 years of experience in their specific domain, including in Africa.
Experience on Donor funded projects (World Bank, AfDB, KfW, DfID, etc) is advantageous.
Francophone experts must also be able to be able to work reasonably well in English with Anglophone colleagues.
We are looking for experts in
Energy Sector Reform
Legal & Regulatory Reform of the Energy Sector Utility management: strategy, financial, operational, technical, IT
Capacity building, training, organizational development, talent management
IPPs and PPPs
Business Enabling Environment
Power pools and cross-border energy exchanges
Downstream oil and gas regulatory and market-building
Energy access, inc mini-grids
Energy sector monitoring and evaluation, data & knowledge management
Generation, transmission, distribution engineering and management experts
Energy sector project management and especially programme management
Please send CVs with brief statement of introduction to CAPSTONE & COMPANY at the following email: Africa@Capstone.ltd