Project : Technical Assistance to Public Finance Management Reforms in Malawi
The objective of the Technical Assistance to Public Finance Management Reforms in Malawi project is to assist the Government of Malawi in achieving efficient and effective use of public resources to contribute to the growth of the economy and development of the country.
The project’s purpose is to promote good economic governance and accountability, contribute to efficient use of public funds and effective resource mobilisation.
These areas address key constraints to an enabling environment conducive to growth and trade development. The project will support the implementation of the PFM Rolling Plan with a particular focus on main expenditure risks including procurement and revenue.
Candidate selection criteria
Qualifications and skills :
The Expert must have the following qualifications and experience :
General professional experience :
Specific professional experience :
Start / end date : Tentative dates : November 1st, 2021 June 30th, 2022
Working days : 45 working days of inputs are foreseen to complete the assignment and two in country missions.
Location and travel arrangements : The assignment will be carried out in Malawi and, if necessary, may involve remote work for up to 10 working days subject to approval by the beneficiary.
Whilst in Malawi the expert will be based in Lilongwe but may be required to travel to other locations outside Lilongwe, if and when required.