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Adam Smith International Latest Recruitment [6 Positions]

Adam Smith International are an award-winning professional services business that delivers real impact, value and lasting change through projects supporting economic growth and government reform internationally. Our reputation as a global leader has been built on the positive results our projects have achieved in many of the world’s most challenging environments.

Adam Smith International has a strong corporate presence globally, with 146 current projects across 49 countries and over 1,000 staff and associates. Headquartered in London, our regional headquarters are based in Africa (Nairobi, Abuja, and Pretoria), Asia Pacific (Sydney) and South Asia (Delhi), with numerous registered offices across Africa and Asia.

We are recruiting to fill the below Consultant for an upcoming DFID project, Anti-Corruption in Nigeria (ACORN):

Job Title: Strategic Adjudication Adviser
Tracking Code: 1143-112
Location: Abuja
Position Type: Consulting

Job Description

  • The UK will provide up to £20 million over five years (2017-2021) to support Nigerian authorities and civil society in reducing corruption. The focus will be on:
  • Sanctions: supporting Nigerian authorities (including anti-corruption agencies) to put in place effective legislation and public policies to combat corruption, and to ensure looters are effectively investigated, prosecuted and convicted;
  • Society: supporting Nigerian civil society to maintain public support for anti-corruption and progressively change social norms that currently facilitate (or even encourage) corruption.

ACORN will provide:

  • Technical assistance and some equipment to key agencies involved in fighting international and domestic financial and economic crime, to address current capacity gaps in relation to intelligence gathering, investigation, prosecution and judicial determination.
  • Financial and technical support to civil society and media to influence social norms and attitudes on corruption and build public support through social marketing and behaviour change initiatives.
  • Financial and technical support to academic think tanks to collect further evidence on the social norms and broad picture of corruption in Nigeria, including types of corruption and how to measure them.
  • Promote the use of political influence and non-aid levers in support of legal and regulatory reform and the independence of the law enforcement agencies.

Required Experience

  • Experience working directly with the Courts on issues such as case management procedures and court management and administration;
  • Experience in management / Leaderships positions with a demonstrable understanding of strategic planning and organisational change;
  • Experience in consultancy, problem solving.

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

 

Job Title: Strategic Prosecution Adviser
Tracking Code: 1143-112
Location: Abuja
Position Type: Consulting

Job Description

  • The UK will provide up to £20 million over five years (2017-2021) to support Nigerian authorities and civil society in reducing corruption. The focus will be on:
  • Sanctions: supporting Nigerian authorities (including anti-corruption agencies) to put in place effective legislation and public policies to combat corruption, and to ensure looters are effectively investigated, prosecuted and convicted;
  • Society: supporting Nigerian civil society to maintain public support for anti-corruption and progressively change social norms that currently facilitate (or even encourage) corruption.

ACORN will provide:

  • Technical assistance and some equipment to key agencies involved in fighting international and domestic financial and economic crime, to address current capacity gaps in relation to intelligence gathering, investigation, prosecution and judicial determination.
  • Financial and technical support to civil society and media to influence social norms and attitudes on corruption and build public support through social marketing and behaviour change initiatives.
  • Financial and technical support to academic think tanks to collect further evidence on the social norms and broad picture of corruption in Nigeria, including types of corruption and how to measure them.
  • Promote the use of political influence and non-aid levers in support of legal and regulatory reform and the independence of the law enforcement agencies.

Required Experience

  • Experience identifying, managing, and delivering successful prosecutions;
  • Demonstrable experience of the asset recovery process;
  • Demonstrable experience of supporting the implementation of prosecutor-led investigations;
  • Demonstrable experience of undertaking and securing mutual legal assistance requests;
  • Experience in management / Leaderships positions with a demonstrable understanding of strategic planning and organisational change;
  • Ability to analyse institutional performance data to understand systemic challenges;
  • An understanding of the justice sector architecture;
  • Demonstrable experience in consultancy, problem solving.

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

 

Job Title: Strategic Investigation Adviser
Tracking Code: 1143-112
Location: Abuja
Position Type: Consulting

Job Description

  • The UK will provide up to £20 million over five years (2017-2021) to support Nigerian authorities and civil society in reducing corruption. The focus will be on:
  • Sanctions: supporting Nigerian authorities (including anti-corruption agencies) to put in place effective legislation and public policies to combat corruption, and to ensure looters are effectively investigated, prosecuted and convicted;
  • Society: supporting Nigerian civil society to maintain public support for anti-corruption and progressively change social norms that currently facilitate (or even encourage) corruption.

ACORN will provide:

  • Technical assistance and some equipment to key agencies involved in fighting international and domestic financial and economic crime, to address current capacity gaps in relation to intelligence gathering, investigation, prosecution and judicial determination.
  • Financial and technical support to civil society and media to influence social norms and attitudes on corruption and build public support through social marketing and behaviour change initiatives.
  • Financial and technical support to academic think tanks to collect further evidence on the social norms and broad picture of corruption in Nigeria, including types of corruption and how to measure them.
  • Promote the use of political influence and non-aid levers in support of legal and regulatory reform and the independence of the law enforcement agencies.

Required Experience

  • Experience working in / with organisations focusing on serious organised crime / corruption investigations;
  • Demonstrable experience of taking part in complex multi-stakeholder investigations;
  • Experience in the utilisation of intelligence led, and prosecutor led working practices;
  • Experience undertaking and leading financial investigations;
  • Experience in management / Leaderships positions with a demonstrable understanding of strategic planning and organisational change;
  • Ability to analyse institutional performance data to understand systemic challenges;
  • An understanding of the justice sector architecture;
  • Experience in the design and analysis of programme interventions and the development of modernisation / capacity development plans

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

 

Job Title: Deputy Team Leader
Tracking Code: 1143-112
Location: Abuja
Position Type: Consulting

Job Description

  • The UK will provide up to £20 million over five years (2017-2021) to support Nigerian authorities and civil society in reducing corruption. The focus will be on:
  • Sanctions: supporting Nigerian authorities (including anti-corruption agencies) to put in place effective legislation and public policies to combat corruption, and to ensure looters are effectively investigated, prosecuted and convicted;
  • Society: supporting Nigerian civil society to maintain public support for anti-corruption and progressively change social norms that currently facilitate (or even encourage) corruption.

ACORN will provide:

  • Technical assistance and some equipment to key agencies involved in fighting international and domestic financial and economic crime, to address current capacity gaps in relation to intelligence gathering, investigation, prosecution and judicial determination.
  • Financial and technical support to civil society and media to influence social norms and attitudes on corruption and build public support through social marketing and behaviour change initiatives.
  • Financial and technical support to academic think tanks to collect further evidence on the social norms and broad picture of corruption in Nigeria, including types of corruption and how to measure them.
  • Promote the use of political influence and non-aid levers in support of legal and regulatory reform and the independence of the law enforcement agencies.

Required Experience

  • Technical competency in the one of the areas described;
  • Experience in the administration and management of development / modernisation programmes;
  • Exceptional connections and networks within government;
  • State understanding of macro-level politics and institutional politics within key programme counterpart agencies;
  • Comprehensive understanding of justice sector / anti-corruption institutional architecture.

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

 

Job Title: Team Leader
Tracking Code: 1143-112
Location: Abuja
Position Type: Consulting

Job Description

  • The UK will provide up to £20 million over five years (2017-2021) to support Nigerian authorities and civil society in reducing corruption. The focus will be on:
  • Sanctions: supporting Nigerian authorities (including anti-corruption agencies) to put in place effective legislation and public policies to combat corruption, and to ensure looters are effectively investigated, prosecuted and convicted;
  • Society: supporting Nigerian civil society to maintain public support for anti-corruption and progressively change social norms that currently facilitate (or even encourage) corruption.

ACORN will provide:

  • Financial and technical support to academic think tanks to collect further evidence on the social norms and broad picture of corruption in Nigeria, including types of corruption and how to measure them.
  • Promote the use of political influence and non-aid levers in support of legal and regulatory reform and the independence of the law enforcement agencies.
  • Technical assistance and some equipment to key agencies involved in fighting international and domestic financial and economic crime, to address current capacity gaps in relation to intelligence gathering, investigation, prosecution and judicial determination.
  • Financial and technical support to civil society and media to influence social norms and attitudes on corruption and build public support through social marketing and behaviour change initiatives.

Required Experience

  • Experience in the implementation and management of major anti-corruption programmes;
  • Exceptional understanding of issues relating to anti-corruption and asset recovery across the entirety of the anti-corruption chain;
  • Experience in the design and analysis of programme interventions and the development of modernisation / capacity development plans.

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

 

Job Title: Strategic Detection Adviser
Tracking Code: 1143-112
Location: Abuja
Position Type: Consulting

Job Description

  • The UK will provide up to £20 million over five years (2017-2021) to support Nigerian authorities and civil society in reducing corruption. The focus will be on:
  • Sanctions: supporting Nigerian authorities (including anti-corruption agencies) to put in place effective legislation and public policies to combat corruption, and to ensure looters are effectively investigated, prosecuted and convicted;
  • Society: supporting Nigerian civil society to maintain public support for anti-corruption and progressively change social norms that currently facilitate (or even encourage) corruption.

ACORN will provide:

  • Technical assistance and some equipment to key agencies involved in fighting international and domestic financial and economic crime, to address current capacity gaps in relation to intelligence gathering, investigation, prosecution and judicial determination.
  • Financial and technical support to civil society and media to influence social norms and attitudes on corruption and build public support through social marketing and behaviour change initiatives.
  • Financial and technical support to academic think tanks to collect further evidence on the social norms and broad picture of corruption in Nigeria, including types of corruption and how to measure them.
  • Promote the use of political influence and non-aid levers in support of legal and regulatory reform and the independence of the law enforcement agencies.

Required Experience

  • Experience working directly with Financial Intelligence Units;
  • Experience in management / Leaderships positions with a demonstrable understanding of strategic planning and organisational change;
  • Understanding Egmont Group and FATF requirements;
  • Ability to assess risk;
  • Ability to analyse institutional performance data to understand systemic challenges;
  • An understanding of the justice sector architecture;
  • Demonstrable experience in consultancy, problem solving;
  • Experience in the design and analysis of programme interventions and the development of modernisation / capacity development plans.

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

Application Deadline 12th October, 2018.

Note

  • Candidates should submit a CV (no more than 3 pages) and short Cover Letter with a subject line of the position they are interested in.
  • Applications will be assessed on a rolling basis.
  • Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

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