Senior Procurement Adviser with WB experience

Job
from Agriconsulting Europe S.A.
Closing date: 31 Dec 2019

Senior Procurement Adviser international (24 months)

  • with at least 15 years of experience with World Bank-finance procurement and or contract management, in Bangladesh

  • *experience in tender/bidding process and documents for procurement of consultants, services, goods, and work in accordance with World Bank procurement (large consultants and/or service contracts exceeding US $2 million as well as works contracts exceeding US $15 million)*

  • Working experience in fisheries sector as with information technology, design, and engineering

  • *Knowledge of FIDIC international standards, disbursement and fiduciary monitoring*

  • Should be well versed with WBG procurement guidelines and bid evaluation process

The Senior Procurement Adviser will be a qualified senior procurement specialist with at least 15 years of experience in World Bank-finance procurement and or contract management, ideally involving WB or other MDB investment projects in Bangladesh. He/she should have experience intender/bidding process and documents for procurement of consultants, services, goods, and work in accordance with WBG procurement rules, including large consultants and/or service contracts exceeding US $2 million as well as works contracts exceeding US $15 million. Knowledge of FIDIC international standards, disbursement and fiduciary monitoring will be a plus. Working experience in fisheries sector as with information technology, design, and engineering will be also a plus. S/he should be well versed with WBG procurement guidelines and bid evaluation process and able to demonstrate successful experience organizing, leading, and mentoring larger procurement team(s) of several procurement specialists working simultaneously on large, multisectoral investment projects

How to apply:

Interested people can apply by submitting their CV to Ms. Ilaria Chiarissi: i.chiarissi@aesagroup.eu

Please note that only selected candidates will be contacted back.