Lead Adviser to the Commissioner of Inland Revenue

Solomon Islands Inland Revenue Division
  • A New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade initiative.
  • Based in Honiara, Solomon Islands.
  • 1 year in duration.
The Inland Revenue Division of the Solomon Islands Government (SI IRD) is part of the Ministry of Finance and Treasury (MOFT). The Division is headed by the Commissioner supported by the Deputy Commissioner and the Executive team of four Assistant Deputy Commissioners. SI IRD receives support from the New Zealand government in order to improve the protection of the revenue base for Solomon Islands.
The key functions of the Lead Adviser role are: to mentor a Solomon Islands government official in the role of Commissioner for Inland Revenue; improve capacity within SI IRD in the areas of strategy, structure, systems, processes, skills and culture; and, lead implementation of the New Zealand Support to Inland Revenue Division Programme.
To be successful in this position, you must have good general tax knowledge particularly in developing and implementing administrative policy with demonstrable competence in Tax Technical activities undertaken to date. You must possess experience applying the concepts of tax law, including the ability to quickly acquire an understanding of the relevant Solomon Islands laws, policies and procedures.
For further details and to apply, visit our website www.aecom.com/au/careers and click on the “Search IDEV Careers” Tab, and enter Job Code 780 where indicated.
Enquiries only can be directed to InternationalDevelopment@aecom.com
Your application will need to include:
  • Covering letter
  • CV - (no more than 4 pages) providing personal details (do not include marital status, religion or date of birth) and professional history.
  • Written claims against each of the Assessment Criteria, providing examples of relevant skills and experience (no more than 3 pages total)
APPLICATIONS CLOSE Sunday 23rd October 2016 – Midnight Australian Central Time
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