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The Project Coordinator Consultant will have overall responsibility for the effective execution of the Programme and is expected to implemebt all activities necessary to accomplish the state objectives, while adhrering to recognised principles and best practices.
Operations Officers are collectively responsible for the identification of potential projects and TA interventions for inclusion in the Bank’s pipeline. The preparation, appraisal and implementation supervision activities account for a significant portion of the responsibilities of the position.
The Assistant will interface with staff across the Bank employing a high degree of tact and diplomacy to promote a positive image of the Department, resolve queries in a professional manner, and build confidence in the ‘ASK HR’ function.
Under the leadership and guidance of the Chief, Corporate Communications, and other experienced professionals, who will be assigned as mentors, the Junior Professional will multitask and gain valuable on-the-job experience.
The Principal Officer will be responsible for business planning and systematically developing well designed, high-impact, and replicable PPPs with Members and support governments in preparing, structuring, tendering and executing these PPPs.
The Principal Investment Officer is expected to work closely with other relevant AIIB departments, assist Management in preparing strategies for building the investment pipeline and assist in implementing these strategies.
The Associate will support project team leads on deal sourcing, structuring, execution, and client relationship management for AIIB’s public and private sector operations. This will require close inter-departmental cooperation and collaboration.
The role involves the construction of macroeconomic models and conducting debt sustainability analysis to improve the Bank’s modelling portfolio for evidence based and enhanced policy dialogue in the Regional Member Countries and improving macroeconomic analytical content of its operations.
He/She will also participate in conducting country level policy dialogue on key governance issues.
The Principal Knowledge Management Officer leads on the management and dissemination of knowledge from IDEV evaluations, among others through knowledge and communication products and the organization of events, ensuring that such knowledge meets the needs of evaluation stakeholders.
Develop trade environment programming strategies and oversee their implementation, including strategic planning, resources planning and allocation, project proposals and Project Appraisal Reports (PARs);
S/he is responsible for providing programmatic support in the planning, implementation, budgeting and reporting of all TMA DRC programmes including those relating to public and private sectors and civil society organisations with the assistance of the programme officers.
The Communications Manager will support the development and implementation of communications strategies that help TMA regional teams and country programmes contribute to building TMA reputation.
S/he leads on co-ordinating implementation of TMA’s operations across country and regional programmes with the Chief of Programmes (CoP) - primarily “how” TMA does projects.
In addition, the CD is responsible for managing the country team to ensure delivery of the programme and ensuring best practice is followed with TMA corporate guidelines, procedures and systems.
Reporting to the IPPO Programme Manager, the Project Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day management of procurement programmes including, but not limited to, planning, organising, execution and completion.
The Head: Operations Evaluations Unit (OEU) is responsible for managing and overseeing the monitoring and evaluation function of the DBSA
The (Senior) Environment Specialist will be responsible for integrating environmental dimensions into the work of the AIIB, recognizing the importance of this issue in the development of sustainable infrastructure.
Contribute to AIIB’s knowledge base on social aspects, particularly related to AIIB's Environmental and Social Framework (ESF) requirements and emerging environmental, social and governance (ESG) frameworks.
The Social Development Associate will be primarily responsible for supporting the integration of social development dimensions into the operational work of AIIB, recognizing the importance of this issue in the development of sustainable infrastructure.
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