The World Bank Group (WBG) is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of Senior Procurement Specialist in Tunis, Tunisia.
WBG has set 2 ambitious goals to push extreme poverty to no more 3 percent by 2030, and to promote shared prosperity and greater equity in the developing world.
8 February 2018
The Senior Procurement Specialist will perform the following functions-
-Work independently under general direction of the Practice Manager.
-Organize and delivers procurement services in Tunisia, ensuring appropriate fiduciary and quality controls, and consistent application and interpretation of policy in making procurement decisions.
-Play a leadership and advisory role to clients and colleagues in handling complex procurement tasks and issues, which frequently cut across sectors and work units.
-Likewise, the selected candidate would lead the country dialogue as regards reform and modernization of public procurement system, to strengthen Tunisia’s legal, regulatory and institutional frameworks and build procurement capacity.
-Develop and promotes innovations in Bank procurement policies to improve Bank project and sector work while serving as a recognized authority on operational procurement, advising management and procurement staff on strategy and long-range interventions on procurement policy systemic issues and related operational issues across sectors.
-Support client countries in achieving value for money (VFM ) in public procurement in order to enhance service delivery and development outcomes with integrity.
Applicants must have-
-Advanced technical qualifications and broad expertise in all aspects of procurement, including proven experience in designing, managing and delivering large scale and complex procurement operations.
-Seasoned knowledge and specialized command of major facets of Multilateral Development Banks procurement policies and practices, including notions of the new concepts under the New Procurement Framework.
-In-depth knowledge of Bank operations and demonstrated intellectual leadership and ability to integrate procurement-specific knowledge with broader operational policies, research objectives, etc.