NOTE: This appointment is subject to the 2018 budget approval.
Under the direct supervision of the National Chief of Democratic Governance, the incumbent leads the development of the anti-corruption programme element including designing and managing pilot projects where appropriate to test and define new approaches. S/he supports the implementation of specially designed anti-corruption activities at all levels of governments and civil society ensuring the quality of the program’s interventions. The incumbent serves as focal point for all aspects of the anti-corruption related work across the whole of the Democratic Governance Project. The incumbent is providing programmatic advice and work on co-ordination of efforts with a number of actor’s active in this field, in both formal government structures at all levels of government, a number of relevant civil societies as well as with numerous donors active in this field, to both Field and Head Office staff. S/he will be responsible for developing strategies and tools to co-ordinate anti-corruption activities for new programmatic focus and in researching and identifying strategic methodology for best implementation of activities. S/he will have particular responsibility for advising the National Chief of Democratic Governance on all aspects related to the design and implementation of corruption prevention activities. The incumbent will also monitor field level implementation, working closely with the Field Officers to identify difficulties that need to be addressed, or examples of good and successful practice, that should be brought to the attention of others. S/he will be expected to liaise and co-ordinate with in-country partners, such as the State Agency for the Prevention of Corruption and Co-ordination of the Fight against Corruption (APIC), as well as with donors active in this field and international organizations.
Tasks and Responsibilities:
Monthly remuneration, subject to social security deductions is 3,164.50 BAM/month. Social benefits will include participation in the Cigna health insurance scheme and the OSCE Provident Fund. Appointments are normally made at step 1 of the applicable OSCE salary scale. At the discretion of the appointing authority a higher step may be approved up to a maximum of step 3 subject to specific conditions.
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