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September 20, 2011

Job Offer: Senior Level Roles at ODI’s Budget Strengthening Initiative

ODI’s Budget Strengthening Initiative (BSI) supports the world’s poorest, most fragile and most conflict-affected states to develop more effective, transparent and accountable systems for managing public finances. We are currently looking for a number of experts to help us in our work providing governments of fragile states with high level, strategic advice and technical support on a range of issues to do with Public Finance Management (PFM).

Staff positions include:

A Deputy Director 

A Research Fellow/Manager

Consultancy contracts include:

Policy Directors

Country Programme Managers for both DRC and Liberia

Senior Advisors

We are currently focused on working with Ministries of Finance in three fragile states: Southern Sudan, Liberia and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). However, we are looking at expanding operations to include one to two more countries. Possible candidates include: Somalia/Somaliland, Central African Republic, Nepal and Yemen. We would be interested in hearing from consultants with particular expertise in these countries. For more information or to register you interest, please email bsi@odi.org.uk

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