Posted on :
2 Nov, 2018
2 Nov, 2018
Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII) is the local chapter of Transparency International (TI), the global civil society organization leading the fight against corruption. GII seeks to fight corruption and promote good governance in the daily lives of people and institutions by forging strong, trusting and effective partnerships with government, business and civil society and engagement with people.
Job Title: Researcher
The Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII) is seeking to engage a Qualified Researcher to undertake a corruption risk assessment in the awarding of mining sector permits, licences and contracts at the national level in Ghana. The Researcher will conduct the risk assessment using a tool developed by Transparency International (TI) as part of a new multi-stakeholder ‘Mining for Sustainable Development’ Programme aimed at strengthening transparency and accountability in the mining sector across the globe.
Description of Tasks
The Researcher will be expected to produce a risk assessment report within agreed timelines by specifically carrying out the following tasks in collaboration with GII and External Experts:
Required Skills or Experience
How to Apply
Qualified Researchers should apply by submitting an Expression of Interest (EOI) responding to the selection criteria above, a current CV with the names and contact details of three referees not later than November 6, 2018 to any of the following addresses:
Post: The Executive Director Ghana Integrity Initiative P.M.B, CT 317, Cantonments – Accra
Personal Delivery: House No. 21 Abelenkpe Road, Abelenkpe – Accra
Note: Only short-listed applicants will be contacted