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July 01, 2014

Job Offer: Head of PEFA Secretariat – Washington, DC


 The World Bank is hiring on behalf of the PEFA partners (the World Bank, the European Commission, the UK Department for International Development, the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs, the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the International Monetary Fund) a new head for the PEFA Secretariat. PEFA is the most successful globally-used country diagnostic tool in the public financial management space. The PEFA secretariat supports the development and use of the PEFA instrument through training, quality assurance, functioning as the global reference point for interpretation of the PEFA Assessment Framework and implementation of the PEFA Work Program. The Head of the PEFA Secretariat is responsible for the day-to-day management of the PEFA program activities and resources and of the Secretariat, and for being a primary source of knowledge and advice to the PEFA partners about the oversight and management of the PEFA framework. As readers of the PFM blog may know, the PEFA framework is presently being updated. The job advertisement for the position can be found by clicking the link below. 

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