OPPORTUNITIES WITH THE CARIBBEAN DEVELOPMENT BANK

Two vacancies exist within the Caribbean Development Bank see the information below:

OPPORTUNITY PROFILE – CHIEF POLICY ANALYST CORPORATE PLANNING DIVISION, FINANCE AND CORPORATE PLANNING DEPARTMENT

The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB/the Bank) is seeking to recruit an experienced professional to assume the role of Chief Policy Analyst in the Corporate Planning Division of its Finance and Corporate Planning Department. The successful candidates will be based at CDB’s headquarters in St. Michael, Barbados.

CDB is a regional multilateral development bank which was established in October 1969 to contribute to the harmonious economic growth and development of the member countries in the Caribbean Region and to promote economic cooperation and integration among them, having special and urgent regard to the needs of the less-developed members of the Region. CDB began operations in January 1970 and has become a leading catalyst for providing development financing, technical assistance and policy advice to its Borrowing Member Countries (BMCs) for the reduction of poverty.

The Role

The Chief Policy Analyst (CPA) is one of two managerial positions reporting to the Deputy Director, Corporate Planning Division (CPD). The other position is that of Results Management Analyst (RMA) who is accountable for the implementation of CDB’s Managing for Development Results (MfDR) action plans. The CPA and RMA are supported by a divisional Administrative Assistant and a Results Management Assistant.

The CPA is accountable for the coordination and monitoring of the policies, strategies, plans and programmes of the Bank’s development agenda to ensure that these are aligned with the commitments given to Contributors to the Bank’s Special Development Fund (SDF) as well as to its Board of Directors. The CPA must be capable of providing high-level technical inputs both as a participant and as coordinator of multi-disciplinary teams of managers and officers that prepare and review these instruments on a regular basis.

The CPA is responsible for coordinating the annual meetings of the SDF Contributors and the negotiations for replenishment of the SDF at the end of each cycle. The CPA monitors and reports on each SDF programme implementation and works closely with the RMA to report on the overall performance of CDB, based on agreed metrics and compliance with MfDR.

In addition, the CPA assists the Deputy Director, CPD with the development and coordination of the strategic planning process which leads to the production of the Bank’s Strategic Plan every four (4) years. On an annual basis, the CPA contributes to the staging of a series of strategic retreats to inform the preparation of the Bank’s Work Programme and Budget for the allocation of the Bank’s OCR and SDF resources to the various administrative and developmental activities of the Bank.

The Candidate

Eligible candidates should have:

1.    A first degree and Master’s degree in a field related to business, finance, economics and       accounting or other relevant disciplines.2.    At least ten (10) years’ relevant experience with highly developed knowledge of       development planning, strategic planning, policy analysis, and corporate budgeting.3.    Thorough appreciation of the role of financial policies in the context of the multilateral       development banks.

The successful candidate must be willing to live and work in Barbados.

Compensation

An attractive compensation package commensurate with these responsibilities and whichresponds to market demands is being offered.

Applications

Applications should be completed online in English at the Bank’s career page. Full details of thejob opportunity and general information about the Caribbean Development Bank may be obtainedfrom the Bank’s website at http://www.caribank.org. The closing date for applications isFebruary 21, 2014.

OPPORTUNITY PROFILE – HEAD OF PROCUREMENT PROCUREMENT POLICY UNIT, PROJECTS DEPARTMENT

The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB/the Bank) is seeking to recruit an experienced professional to assume the role of Head of Procurement in the Procurement Policy Unit (PPU) of the Projects Department. The successful candidate will be based at CDB’s headquarters in St. Michael, Barbados.

CDB is a regional multilateral development bank which was established in October 1969 to contribute to the harmonious economic growth and development of the member countries in the Caribbean Region and to promote economic cooperation and integration among them, having special and urgent regard to the needs of the less-developed members of the Region. CDB began operations in January 1970 and has become a leading catalyst for providing development financing, technical assistance and policy advice to its Borrowing Member Countries (BMCs) for the reduction of poverty.

The Role

The Head of Procurement (HP) reports to the Director, Projects Department, and provides leadership, technical guidance and capacity development (of staff and implementing agencies of BMCs) to ensure compliance with CDB’s procurement policies, procedures and administrative guidelines.

The HP leads the PPU team’s support to all areas for the Bank’s portfolio of loans and grants, assuring the quality and efficiency in the delivery of the Bank’s fiduciary and advisory procurement functions.

As the Bank’s principal procurement expert, the HP assists with, country procurement assessments, procurement reform, e-procurement, governance and anti-corruption activities as it relates to the Bank’s procurement policy.

The Candidate

Eligible candidates should have:

1.    A first degree and post-graduate degree in a relevant discipline (e.g. Engineering, Law, Procurement, Finance or Business) with     training directly related to procurement or a recognised qualification in procurement.

2.    Directly-related work experience including at least eight (8) years in a rules-based procurement management function in a multilateral institution or similar type of organisation; and at least five (5) years’ experience of leading and managing a team of professional staff to achieve demonstrable results.3. In-depth knowledge of procurement process and planning, including experience with resolving complex procurement issues, developing bidding documents, evaluation reports and contracts.

4. Knowledge of the current concepts, principles and practices which govern international procurement of goods and works and the contracting of consultancy services.

5. Knowledge of public procurement legislation, systems, organizational practices, reinforced by prior experience of working on public procurement policy.

6. Experience working with MDBs and bilateral agencies on procurement policy and capacity building issues.The successful candidate must be willing to live and work in Barbados.

Compensation

An attractive compensation package commensurate with these responsibilities and which responds to market demands is being offered.

Applications

Applications should be completed online in English at the Bank’s career page. Full details of the job opportunity and general information about the Caribbean Development Bank may be obtained from the Bank’s website at http://www.caribank.org. The closing date for applications is February 21, 2014.

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