The Fiscal Affairs Department (FAD) of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is seeking a Technical Assistance (TA) Advisor for its Resource and Information Management Division. The contractual position, which is at its headquarters in Washington, D.C., will be for an initial period of two years.
Working closely with FAD's senior staff and TA divisions, the selected candidate will help manage and administer FAD's TA program, including: (i) formulating the annual work program and monitoring its execution; (ii) supporting mobilization of donor financing, including preparation of project proposals and budgets, in consultation with other Fund departments; and reporting on implementation progress to donors; (iii) helping implement and oversee the department's results-based management (RBM) framework; (iv) contributing to development and drafting of TA policies and processes; (v) helping produce outreach material on TA activities; and (vi) participating in IMF-wide initiatives on TA issues.
The selected candidate will be working within a team while being responsible for 1-2 geographic regions, including working with some of the IMF's regional TA centers. There may also be opportunities to participate in other aspects of the department's work, for example, the delivery of TA.
Detailed descriptions and qualification requirements can be found on our website, www.imf.org/jobs.
To apply: Interested candidates from any member country of the Fund are invited to apply online to Job No. 1200273 on www.imf.org/jobs by April 25, 2012
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