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Thursday, November 26, 2015

Administrative Officer - ICDDR,B (Apply by: November 29, 2015)


Administrative Officer with Administration of Health Systems and Population Studies Division

icddr,b invites applications from suitable candidates for the position of  Administrative Officer with Administration of Health Systems and Population Studies Division. The appointment will be made on a fixed-term basis for 1 year, which is renewable depending on performance and availability of funds.

Duty station – Dhaka.

Salary – Annual Tk.4,55,250/- inclusive of house rent and conveyance allowances with other admissible benefits.

Benefits/facilities – 14.8% provident fund contribution, income tax paid by icddr,b, children allowance @Tk.1,420/- per child per month, festival bonus, contributory healthcare support including dependent spouse and children, group life insurance, subsidized transport and canteen. Transport and daycare facilities are subject to space availability.

Job Profile:

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Portfolio Manager (Democratic Governance) - UNDP (Apply by: October 12, 2015)


Location :
Dhaka, BANGLADESH
Application Deadline :
12-Oct-15
Type of Contract :
FTA International
Post Level :
P-4
Languages Required :
English  
Starting Date :
(date when the selected candidate is expected to start)
03-Jan-2016
Duration of Initial Contract :
Initially 01 (One) year
Expected Duration of Assignment :
Renewable upon satisfactory performance and availability of funds


Background
UNDP Bangladesh is leading realignment process to align its current structure ensuring CO relevance and impact in the next 3-5 years and taking into account wider changing circumstances in Bangladesh. The changing nature of engagement with donors and partners require that UNDP continuously demonstrates its value added. In this context, UNDP is working on its strategic positioning in Bangladesh and how it organizes itself to be “fit for purpose” and able to support the alleviation of poverty and reduction of inequality and vulnerability in a relevant, efficient and effective manner.
In aligning the organizational resources behind its strategy, the proposed Country Office functional structure has been designed accordingly. The Programme Team is designed as three major portfolios to ensure a well-focused programme, which is directly aligned to the UNDP Strategic Plan and the emerging priorities of Bangladesh’s 7th 5-Year National Development Plan. The Governance portfolio will encompass UNDP’s dynamic governance programme activities, which includes Justice and Human Rights, Elections and Parliamentary Affairs, and a portfolio evolving from public administration reform to emerging governance innovations fostering citizen empowerment and social cohesion. The local governance programming activities will be consolidated within the Governance portfolio.

Junior National Consultant (Capacity Development) - UNDP (Apply by: October 11, 2015)



Location :
Dhaka, BANGLADESH
Application Deadline :
11-Oct-15
Additional Category
Sustainable Development and Poverty Reduction
Type of Contract :
Individual Contract
Post Level :
National Consultant
Languages Required :
English  
Expected Duration of Assignment :
120 working days over 6 months

Background
Objectives:
The overall objective of the assignment will be the following:
The objective of the assignment is to provide necessary support for successful implementation of Capacity Development strategies and plan for Bangladesh Civil Service.

Background:
A fundamental government responsibility is providing information and services aimed at improving the social and economic welfare of its citizens. During the first phase of the Access to Information (A2I) Programme, fundamental progress was made in improving access to public services through electronic means. However, it is critical to expand the breadth and width of such simplified services and improve the service delivery model to counter the impact of widespread outdated manual processes, resistance to change by civil service staff and a lack of transparency that still frustrates citizens in their attempts to avail of government information and services.
 
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