PALESTINE stability, services, and reform programme (SSRP)
General Call for Technical Experts
DAI will be leading a bid for the upcoming Stability Services and Reform Programme (SSRP) funded by the UK-Government (DFID) which is due to start in September 2018. The aim of the programme is to design and implement a technical assistance facility with a focus on building the capacity of the Palestinian Authority to deliver on three core output areas, namely:
Public administration reform, including institution-building at the centre-of-government to strengthen policy, planning and communications, to underpin government effectiveness and improved service delivery in specific line ministries (e.g. health and education).
Public financial management (PFM) reform to underpin fiscal stability.
Revenue reform, to strengthen tax enforcement and improve the business environment.
DAI are keen to identify experts to support the delivery of SSRP whom possess technical experience in PFM and ideally operational experience with DFID. This is for both long-term and short-term positions.
Expected areas of technical support are as follows:
Public financial management
Revenue policy and administration
Budget execution, accounting and reporting
Policy and strategic planning
Tax enforcement and measures
Public sector planning
Improvement of service delivery (health and/or education)
Civil service reform
Strengthening government institutions
Sector strategy development and monitoring
Place of Work
جميع الحقوق محفوظة لموقع جوبس.
Degree/diploma in related field of work.
A minimum of 4 years of experience in one of the areas as listed in the job description above.
Experience of working in Palestine is essential.
Experience of working with DFID is desirable.
Excellent communication skills and fluency in English is essential.
Fluency in Arabic is essential.
If you are interested in being considered for a position, please respond to this advertisement by sending your CV to Ricardo Tomaz
Please note the position you’re applying for in the subject line. Deadline for submission is March, 18, 2018.