International Monetary Fund
Tax Administration Resident Advisor to be based in Barbados
Applications are invited for the position of tax administration advisor at the Caribbean Technical Assistance Center (CARTAC), based in Bridgetown, Barbados. CARTAC is a multi donor-financed institution administered by the International Monetary Fund. The Center provides technical assistance (TA) in economic and financial management, including tax and customs policy and administration, to 20 Caribbean countries.
The successful candidate will be appointed for an initial period of one year. The contract is renewable subject to satisfactory performance, and it is expected that the advisor would spend at least two years in the position. It is expected that the successful candidate will take up the appointment on a date to be agreed in September/October 2012.
The advisor’s primary responsibilities will include:
(1) assisting and advising CARTAC members who are adopting a VAT to prepare for and implement the tax, and providing similar post-implementation assistance and advice including integration of VAT into core tax operations;
(2) assisting and advising members on implementation of other aspects of direct and indirect tax administration reforms, as required;
(3) helping CARTAC members to develop tax administration reform strategies, which are designed in close coordination between these countries and the Fiscal Affairs Department (FAD) of the IMF; and
(4) assisting in the preparation and delivery of tax administration training materials and courses for CARTAC members.
Detailed description and qualification requirement can be found on our website, www.imf.org/jobs.
To apply: Interested candidates from any member country of the IMF are invited to apply online at www.imf.org/jobs, using Job No. 1200588. The deadline for applying is August 6, 2012.
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