Job Offer: World Bank Seeking Financial Management Extended Term Consultant - Kingston, Jamaica (Job #120128)

Posted by T.K. Balakrishnan, Manager, Financial Management, Latin America and Caribbean Region, World Bank

The World Bank has an opening for a Financial Management Extended Term Consultant (ETC) based in Kingston, Jamaica. Job description and qualifications are detailed in job announcement #120128, posted on the World Bank's website. The Closing Date is February 13, 2012. For convenience, we provide the PFM Blog readers with excerpts from the Job Announcement.

Duties and Accountabilities:

The World Bank is strongly committed to support improvement of performance and capacity of FM institutions and systems, advance the use of country FM systems, and monitor and improve the fiduciary aspects of the Portfolio.   The Financial Management Extended Term Consultant (FM-ETC) is expected to be fully dedicated to these objectives.  The FM-ETC will be based in the World Bank’s office in Kingston, Jamaica and work on all financial management (FM) aspects related to the World Bank’s operations in selected Caribbean countries. This will include, but is not limited to: assessing the adequacy of project financial management arrangements, providing implementation support and supervising projects financed by grants and credits; ensuring compliance with the Bank’s audit and other fiduciary requirements, ensuring that the project operations are carried out in accordance with sound financial management practices, performing analytical work on financial management and accountability issues, and carrying out capacity building activities. 

The FM-ETC is expected to assume the following duties and responsibilities:

Selection Criteria:


Technical and other skills:

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