BUSAC Fund Ghana: Deputy Project Office (DPI-TO)

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2 Sep, 2010

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BUSAC Fund is a project funded by DANIDA, DFID, and USAID. It provides grants to associations and groups in the private sector to undertake advocacy actions: Advocacy actions that are expected to help remove bottlenecks and barriers to during business in Ghana.

Job Description

The DPO-TO will be an assistant to the Senior Project Officer in charge of the Tamale Office. Specifically;
He/she directly supports all activities of the Tamale office
Encourages and supports Private Sector Organizations to take advantage of the BUSAC Fund advocacy grants for improvement of the environment for doing business within the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority operational area

Required Skills or Experience

Qualification and experience for the three long-term full-time positions

Minimum of a Bachelors Degree in Economics, Business, Management, Development Work, Social Sciences, or a related disciplines
Minimum of two years working knowledge of the subject area
Adequate knowledge in accounting and financial reporting
Excellent written and English
Good Computer skills
Good interpersonal skills, a responsible professional team player
Ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure
Must be trustworthy and honest
Ability to speak the major local languages within the selected operational area will be an added advantage

How To Apply


Applicant should send the application clearly marked with the position being applied for with relevant supporting documents; Cover letter, most recent Curriculum Vitae, salary history for the past 3 years, three referees with their contact information to: [email protected]

If further clarification is needed you can call the BUSAC FUND at: 0302-780-178

Application and expression of interest can also be mailed to:

The BUSAC Fund Manager
P. O. Box 30507
KIA, Accra-Ghana

Or hand delivered to the Fund Manager, Don Levy House #225, 4th Dzorwulu Cresent, Airport West- Accra

Offer valid till 15 September 2010

Anybody asking you to pay money to schedule your interview or offer you job may be a scam

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