IMF Job Offer: Deputy Division Chief, Public Financial Management Division 2, IMF Fiscal Affairs Department (Job Number: 1100288)
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is seeking a senior public financial management (PFM) specialist to fill a Deputy Division Chief position in the PFM Division 2 ("M2") of the Fiscal Affairs Department at the IMF Headquarters in Washington, DC.
M2 is responsible for providing advice and technical assistance to IMF member countries and for undertaking policy research in and organizing conferences or seminars on a broad range of public financial management issues. The Division's activities cover countries from all income levels, in Asia and the Pacific, the Western Hemisphere, and non-English speaking Africa. Key areas of work include the development, in conjunction with member countries, of PFM reform strategies and their implementation; the underpinning legal and regulatory frameworks; budget classification, preparation (medium-term fiscal and expenditure frameworks) and approval; budget execution; accounting and fiscal reporting systems; cash and debt management (including treasury systems, control of commitments, and arrears); and internal audit. Recent work also included performance budgeting, accrual accounting, the PFM underpinnings of natural resource management and sovereign wealth funds, as well as budget institutions for fiscal consolidation.
The successful candidate should have extensive practical and managerial experience for at least 15 years within a ministry of finance, treasury, or comparable institution or consulting firm, familiarity with other regional and international organizations engaged in public financial management reforms, strong analytical skills, effective oral and written communications, excellent interpersonal skills, and ability to advise and guide divisional staff. Working knowledge of French, Portuguese, or Spanish would be desirable.
Applications should be submitted online at www.imf.org/jobs by making explicit reference to Job No. 1100288 by May 31, 2011.
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