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Sunday, December 6, 2009

World Bank seeking Public Sector Management Specialists

The World Bank is seeking a Lead Public Sector Management Specialist, and a Senior Public Sector Management Specialist to work on the Latin America and Caribbean Region. These positions, located in Washington, DC, are high-profile appointments requiring proven experience and an established track record in the region and the relevant technical community of practice. Fluency in Spanish is required and Portuguese is desirable.

The successful applicant will make a world-class technical contribution to the Bank’s work in public financial management, performance-informed budgeting, and human resource management, and contribute to dialogue concerning public sector reform in the region. Experience on the ground in OECD, developing and/or transition countries is essential.

The Lead position requires a Ph.D and a minimum of 12 years of experience, or a Master’s degree and 15 years of experience. The Senior position requires an advanced degree in Public Administration, Public Policy or Political Science and at least 8 years of experience.

Candidates may view the full job descriptions and apply through the World Bank website at www.worldbank.org/jobs referring to the job #s noted above. The closing date is December 31, 2009.

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