Author Topic: FWC lot 11 - Namibia - Dev. of Expenditure Framework and Performing Monitoring  (Read 2269 times)

Marianne/DTI

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Dear Expert,

The Danish Technological Institute, DTI, www.dti.dk, has received a call for two experts for the "Development of a Medium Term Expenditure Framework for the Water Supply and Sanitation (WATSAN) Sector and Refinement of the Sector Performance Monitoring System" in Namibia.

The assignment is due to start January 30, 2012 and is for 110 senior and 75 junior man-days to be implemented before October 1, 2012.

The profiles of the two experts is as follows:

MTEF expert (senior level):
•   At least a Master’s Degree in a relevant field, e.g. public sector finance;
•   At least ten (10) years of relevant experience in public sector financing and annual planning, budgeting, approval processes of both recurrent and development expenditure, preferably in water supply and sanitation or public health in Southern Africa;
•   Substantive specific experience with Sector Budget Support, experience of international standards and best practices in the EU-approach to General and Sector Budget Support (appraisal of EU eligibility criteria, including analysis of risks related to sector budget support);
•   Experience of public sector finance management implementation processes and procedures particularly on the practice of integrating domestic and budget support funding;
•   Detailed knowledge of different capacity building options and demonstrable experience in developing processes for establishing a Sector MTEF; 
•   Experience in working in similar assignments in Namibia will be considered a desirable asset;
•   Knowledge of and preferably also expertise in the development of performance monitoring systems as part of performance based budgeting;
•   Demonstrated cross-cultural sensitivity, interpersonal skills and negotiation skills;
•   Has computer literacy, excellent report writing skills and has the ability to produce quality documents;
•   Has excellent communication skills and the ability to communicate fluently in English (written and spoken);
•   Possesses very good analytical skills;
•   Valid driving licence is highly recommended.

Performance Monitoring Expert (junior level):
•   At least an Honours Degree ( and preferably with a Master’s degree) in a relevant field, e.g. rural development, water management or development economics;
•   At least three years of relevant professional experience, particularly in water supply and sanitation, or rural development sectors, with emphasis on performance monitoring and evaluation, preferably in the public sector in Southern Africa;
•   Experience with Sector Budget Support, and with the EU-approach to Sector Budget Support would be desirable;
•   Knowledge of and expertise in the development of performance monitoring systems as part of performance based budgeting, preferably in water and sanitation;
•   Experience in capacity development during an assignment and transferring a performance monitoring system to support the Sector MTEF process;
•   Strong administrative support skills, as well as conceptual and methodological knowledge of monitoring and evaluation;
•   Experience in similar assignments in Namibia and preferably other African countries will be considered a further important asset;
•   Demonstrated cross-cultural sensitivity, interpersonal skills and negotiation skills;
•   Has computer literacy, excellent report writing skills and has the ability to produce quality documents;
•   Has good communication skills and the ability to communicate fluently in English (written and spoken);
•   Possesses very good analytical skills;
•   Valid driving licence is highly recommended.

If your profile match the above requirements, please contact Marianne on maj@dti.dk for exchange of CV and ToR no later than December 5, 2011.

I look forward to hearing from you,

Marianne Jessing
Danish Technological Institute

 

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