Customs Administration Resident Advisor (Job No. 1500247)
The International Monetary Fund is seeking to fill the position of customs administration advisor at the Caribbean Technical Assistance Center (CARTAC), based in Bridgetown, Barbados. The successful candidate will be appointed for an initial period of one year. The contract is renewable subject to satisfactory performance, and it is expected that the advisor would spend around three years in the position.
The customs administration advisor will assist CARTAC member countries in the development and implementation of customs administration reforms within the context of the CARTAC Program Document and Customs Administration Topic Area Logical Framework. The advisor’s primary responsibilities will be to: (1) consult with customs authorities of member countries, and provide direct technical assistance as needed; (2) help member countries develop customs administration reform strategies designed in close coordination between these countries and the Fiscal Affairs Department (FAD) of the IMF; (3) provide backstopping support to short-term customs administration experts recruited to deliver technical assistance to the center’s member countries; (4) liaise with the FAD Tax Policy Division in Headquarters regarding tax policy and tariff issues and advice to member countries; (5) coordinate with other technical assistance providers working in the region and their experts; (6) develop, manage, and deliver regional workshops/seminars; and (7) support the center coordinator and steering committee in developing and monitoring the CARTAC work plan following IMF Results Based Management (RBM) principles and practices.
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Applications must be submitted online directly to the International Monetary Fund and not to the CARTAC Office. The closing date is Sunday April 5.
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