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Background On November 3, 2015, the World Bank Board of Executive Directors approved an allocation of US$38 million from the International Development Association (IDA) to finance the first phase of the CAMP4ASB regional program.
This approved financing includes US$9 million for Tajikistan, US$14 million for Uzbekistan, and US$15 million for regional activities to be implemented by the Executive Committee of the International Fund for Saving the Aral Sea (EC-
IFAS) with support from the Regional Environmental Center for Central Asia (CAREC) for day-to-day regional coordination and implementation.
The Climate Adaptation and Mitigation Program for Aral Sea Basin (CAMP4ASB) aims to enhance regionally coordinated access to improved climate change knowledge services for key stakeholders (e.
g., policy makers, communities, and civil society) in participating Central Asian countries as well as to increased investments and capacity building that, combined, will address climate challenges common to these countries.
CAMP4ASB is comprised of three components. CAREC as the RCU will provide general Program oversight, oversee implementation of activities implemented at the regional level (including liaising regularly with the NCUs to seek inputs and facilitate consensus on proposed regional activities as well as to receive feedback on their implementation), provide as needed technical support / guidance to the NCUs, review bi-
annually a sample of national climate investments to ensure their consistency with guiding investment priorities set by the Regional Steering Committee, organize reviews with country TWG members to assess lessons learned from investments, and ensure lessons and results from Program activities are systematically disseminated to support participating country planning processes.
The RCU will also oversee, together with the NCUs, the Program’s Feedback / Grievance Redress Mechanism. The RCU will support arrangements for the Regional Steering Committee meetings.
Objectives of the Assignment The main objective of the assignment is to carry out activities related to the Program financial management arrangements at the regional level and provide advice to the CAREC’s RCU staff on financial management matters.
The Financial Management (FM) Specialist will be responsible for preparation of all financial transactions and keeping of accounts to ensure implementation of measures stipulated in the Project Grant Agreement / Operating Agreement within the CAMP4ASB Program.
Scope of Work In his / her activity the FM Specialist shall be guided by the Project Operational Manual (POM) and current legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Ensure preparation of the annual Financial Statements for the Project, and that the Financial Statements are audited by external independent auditors acceptable to the World Bank on a yearly basis, in accordance with the respective provisions of the project’s Grant Agreements and terms of reference acceptable to the World Bank.
Perform filing and archiving of the accounting and financial documentation;Carry out other activities as may be officially delegated by the RCU Coordinator from time to time.
Maintain internal control procedures for collecting, checking and preparing documentation required for verifying invoices / payment requests under the project.
Record payment documentation and payments to Suppliers, Contractors and Consultants. Ensure the that all payments under the project are made on a timely basis and according to contract terms and conditions as well as the WB relevant guidelines, regulations, legal agreements and other applicable documents.
Assignment Duration FM Specialist is expected to begin the assignment once the CAMP4ASB Program enters in its effectiveness phase, on a full-
time basis. The assignment will be initially for a period of 1 year. The decision on extension of the contract will be made by the RCU Coordinator in agreement with the Bank.
Reporting FM Specialist will report directly to the RCU Coordinator who has an overall responsibility for Grants Management.
The FM Specialist is expected to work closely with the CAREC Finance Management Unit, and other implementation staff and contracted specialists needed.
The FM Specialist will prepare and submit quarterly Interim and annual Un-audited Financial Reports (IFRs) to the World Bank as well as other types of finance reports in time and manner indicated in the project’s Grant Agreement / Operating Agreement, which must be approved by the CAREC Chief Accountant and RCU Coordinator, before payments are to be released.
Assignment Location The Specialist shall be based in Almaty, Kazakhstan at the CAREC office with some travel to the Program sites.
Client’s input CAREC will provide the following : Program documents and Work space with access to office technology facilities. Ответить на вакансию