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Senior Financial Management Specialist
Posted: 01 Mar 2017 13:18
Deadline: 15 Mar 2017
Category: Management
Location: Africa , Burundi , Bujumbura
Employment: Full-Time, Office-Work
Experience: From 8 year(s)
Education: Bachelor
Salary: Negotiable
About Company: The World Bank's Urban, Rural and Resilience-Social Global Practice {GSURR) seeks to recruit Short Term Consultants (STCs) as Social Development and Safeguards Specialists for the Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda Country Offices to support the social safeguards and social development programs in the country offices. The Consultant~ will address the day-to-day safeguards preparation, implementation, and monitoring using appropriate knowledge of the World Bank's social safeguards policies, in particular, focusing on vulnerable and marginalized groups and OP4.12 (Involuntary Resettlement). For day-to-day operational work, the Social Development and Safeguards Specialist Consultant will work closely with the Senior Social Development Specialists, respective Task Team Leaders both in Washington and Country Office, government officials and partner organizations.
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• External Audit and Oversight - Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of international auditing standards issued by IFAC and INTOSAI (essential).
• Accounting and reporting standards – Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS)
• Internal Controls, Internal Audit, and Risk Management - Demonstrate expertise and the ability to assess  internal control and risk management frameworks, internal control activities at transaction and entity levels, and the use of internal control measures to prevent and detect fraud,
• Experience and/or ability in evaluating audits, assessing auditor competence and following up on issues resulting from audits
• Ability to conceptualize, design and implement country or sector level financial management capacity building initiatives;
• The ability to understand public financial management issues and to adapt financial management knowledge acquired in the private sector to the public sector context (essential);
• Demonstrated experience in fragile and conflict affected contexts (essential); 
• Demonstrate in-depth understanding of the review of financial statements including statements which link financial to non-financial information; 
• Extensive experience in auditing, including assessing audit competence, and to the ability to analyze the impact of qualified audit reports and matters arising from management letters;
• Good understanding of management information systems and the application of new information technologies;
• Capacity to work with minimum supervision and also function as a member of multi-disciplinary team, search for common ground, and where appropriate recommend decisive actions;
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• Assess the adequacy of the Borrower’s project financial management systems and their ability to manage and monitor World Bank financed projects. This includes budgeting, policies and procedures, internal controls, accounting, financial reporting and auditing;
• Carry out supervision work to ensure that project financial management systems are functioning appropriately, including the review of periodic interim financial reports;
• Assess the selection and engagement of auditors, ensuring their suitability including their independence, and competence to perform; and ensure that the borrower provides auditors with all the relevant information (including Terms of Reference and Bank requirements) necessary to carry out their engagement;
• Review audited financial statements received, monitor the Borrower's compliance with financial covenants including audit compliance, ensure adequate communication with the Borrower and the project implementing agencies with respect to audits and advise as appropriate; 
• Provide advice and support to Borrower and the World Bank Task Teams on matters affecting financial management;
• Provide financial management guidance for the development of technical assistance programs and evaluate and monitor their implementation;
• Provide guidance and advice to borrowers and Bank staff on capacity building in projects and with public sector accountability institutions;
• Assess the financial and operational viability of implementing entities (e.g. with respect to revenue earning entities), and to advise on the design and use of financial performance covenants;
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• As requested by the PM, undertake other activities, as appropriate.
• Provide input on budget and work program discussions, and participate in Burundi country team meeting. 
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• Contribute to the development of an innovative and strategic work program in one or more thematic areas of PFM that responds to client needs;
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