Principal Financial Management Specialist (Angola) - Fiduciary Services Division
Position title: Principal Financial Management Specialist (Angola) - Fiduciary Services Division
Grade: Local Professional (LP) 4
Position N°: NA
Publication date: 17/04/2012
Closing date: 15/05/2012
The Procurement and Fiduciary Services Department reports to the Vice President, Country and Regional Programs & Policy (ORVP). The Department supports the Sector Departments in project cycle activities and in monitoring compliance in fiduciary safeguards related to the financial management of projects and programs on the one hand and procurement activities on the other. In addition, it is also responsible for engaging in framing financial management and procurement policies guidelines and rules. The Department is also mandated to provide training to Borrowers and to Bank staff relating to financial management and procurement. The Fiduciary Services Division (ORPF2) is responsible for all financial management issues. It has an increasing country presence through a growing network of 26 field offices.
The Bank invites applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill the vacant position of Principal Financial Management Specialist (Angola).
Only Applicants Who Already Have the Right to Live And Work in Angola Will be Considered for this Position. the Bank Does not Support Applications for Work Permits and Relocation.
Duties and responsibilities
The Principal Financial Management Specialist will be based in Luanda, Angola and will report to the Manager, Fiduciary Services and will be supervised by the Regional Financial Management Coordinator based in Pretoria, South Africa. He/she is expected to work with a team of Financial Management Specialists (CFMS) within the Southern Africa Region (Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zimbabwe, Angola, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique and Zambia) in conducting (i) national or sector level fiduciary diagnostic work; (ii) operational support missions at the request of Project Team Leaders (PTL) throughout the project cycle; and (iii) technical support to improve borrowers’ financial management systems, including support for designing lending operations that focus on FM reform/development. Other specific duties and responsibilities include:
Plan and prioritize FM work for assigned countries (Angola) and communicate the same to Project Team Leaders, Country Managers, Regional FM Coordinator and the Fiduciary Services Manager.