WORLD BANK GROUP (WBG) CONTEXT
The Budget, Performance Review, and Strategic Planning Vice Presidency (BPS) is organized into two Departments: BPS’s Global Practices and Regions (BPSGR) with teams supporting Operational Units; and BPS’s Corporate and Middle Office (BPSCM) with teams supporting Institutional, Governance, and Administrative Units as well as providing Corporate planning, budgeting, and reporting services. As a Resource Management (RM) function, BPS has the following key accountabilities: strategy and business planning; expense management; performance review and reporting; resource management infrastructure development and maintenance; internal controls and risk management; and resource management capacity building. BPS’ service delivery model has three core roles: (1) Business Partners (serving clients directly with focus on decision support and performance oversight); (2) Centers of Expertise (providing thought-leadership and analytics, designing business finance policies, practices, systems and coordinating business finance knowledge management); and (3) Service Center (managing delivery of high volume and transactional and reporting services across the Bank, including help desk support to clients).
Duties and Accountabilities:
Policy and Procedures
• Coordinating all drafting steps, including the final upload in the PPF Repository, of BPS’s Policy and Procedure documents together with all relevant stakeholders (e.g. Management, Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) and LEGIA)).
• Coordinating, completing and submitting WB’s answers and responses to IFI surveys and questionnaires.
• Coordinating BPS’s responses to reports of concluded / drafts of not concluded audits, GIAs annual reports, GIAs annual work program (including TOR) and the Management Action Plans with direct or indirect involvement of BPS.
• Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Business, Finance, or other relevant discipline required to fulfill position specific requirements (e.g. Economics, Finance, Public Administration, Information Systems, etc.) or non-relevant bachelor’s degree plus one of the following: (1) CIMA Advanced Diploma in Management Accounting; or (2) ACCA Advanced Diploma in Accounting and Business; or (3) equivalent country-level Accounting certificate.
Note: The selected candidate will be offered a one-year appointment, renewable for an additional one year, at the discretion of the World Bank Group, and subject to a lifetime maximum ET Appointment of two years. If an ET appointment ends before a full year, it is considered as a full year toward the lifetime maximum. Former and current ET staff who have completed all or any portion of their second-year ET appointment are not eligible for future ET appointments.
|Country:||-- United States|
|City, State:||Washington D.C.|