National Public Sector Specialist

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National Public Sector Specialist

  • Post Date:November 1, 2022
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  • Career Level Manager
    Experience 7 Years
    Gender Both
  • Industry Computer and Technology
    Qualification Master’s Degree
    Salary 2900 - 3000 USD monthly
  • Number of Opportunities 1
    Vacancy Number 0547
    Location Kabul
Job Description

About Moore Afghanistan :

At Moore, our purpose is to help people thrive – our clients, our people and the communities they live and work in. We’re a global accounting and advisory family of over 30,000 people across more than 260 independent firms and 110 countries, connecting and collaborating to take care of your needs – local, national and international. When you work with Moore firms, you’ll work with people who care deeply about your success and who have the drive and dedication to deliver results for you and your business. You’ll have greater access to senior expertise than with many firms. We’ll be here for you whenever you need us – to help you see through the maze of information, to guide you in your decisions and to make sure you take advantage of every opportunity. To help you thrive in a changing world.

Job Summary:

The PSS will interact with and technically engage the private and public sector stakeholders to facilitate programs and tasks planning, coordination and execution and improve results and deliverables from the public sector as related with economic recovery and private sector performance. After August 15, many institutions have been affected by loss of technical expertise and overall institutional capacity which has adversely impacted institutional performance and delivery of essential services. This situation is not conducive to economic recovery. The PSS will try to assist select beneficiaries and entities both from public and private sectors in addressing this challenge.

Duties & Responsibilities:

The main duties will include, but not be limited to:

• In collaboration with internal and external stakeholders, prepare a six-month action plan with clear deliverables, activities, timelines and results

• Assist UNDP with its engagement and coordination activities with public and private sector entities within the purview of the limited unofficial engagement with public sector

• Engage closely with the relevant counterparts and stakeholders to assess technical and departmental capacity gaps and technical assistance needs at the entities and agencies that are directly involved with economic planning and management of the country

• Assist UNDP and stakeholders with process mapping of functions, coordination lines and mechanisms in the public sector

• Prepare training materials and capacity building packages that the involved public institutions can benefit from

• Assist UNDP in developing a clear public sector engagement plan with specific timelines, deliverables, activities, and budgets

• Prepare a stakeholders coordination plan with clear practical and easy-to-use coordination mechanisms, activities, roles and responsibilities that enable private and public sector stakeholders to communicate and coordinate with each other supporting

• Conduct desk review and assessments of project implementation in public sector to inform strategic decision making by UNDP and public entities

• Engage with relevant stakeholders to discuss and present recommendations aimed at improving budgeting processes and coordination and collaboration among them

• Provide recommendations for further strengthening of public expenditure management arrangements and practices for service delivery

• Provide support for the implementation of identified institutional strengthening measures

• Identify possible areas for support and cooperation with international financial institutions such as ADB, UN Agencies, World Bank and others as feasible

• Coordinate with other UN and UNDP programs especially on service delivery and institutional building

• Ensure strengthened coordination within country donors and other partners to:

– minimize chances of duplication, reduce transaction costs and maximize impact and efficiency

– Organise consultation meetings with donors on public sector reform and institution building strategies

– Initiate and promote information sharing with donors by initiating consultative meetings and sharing briefs on public sector reform, progress and activities

Job Requirement:


• Ability to effectively engage senior level government officials on policy issues, Public Sector planning and priorities

• Knowledge of key Public Sector reforms in similar countries

• Knowledge of Afghanistan development history, context, challenges and opportunities

• Knowledge of Afghanistan macroeconomic conditions and financial system,

• Experience at the ministry of finance is highly preferred

• Excellent writing skills required, as demonstrated by previous research/analytical reports/policy notes on relevant topics


• Fluency in written and spoken English and national language Dari/Pashto is a r












• Corporate Responsibility & Direction:

o Serves and promotes the vision, mission, values, and strategic goals of the UNDP & Stakeholders.

o Managing for Results:

o Plans and prioritizes work activities to meet the goals set by the Supervisor;

o Strategic approach to problem solving.

• Partnering & Networking:

o Builds and sustains relationships with key constituents (internal/external/bilateral/ multilateral/public/private/academia/civil society);

o Seeks and applies knowledge, information, and best practices from within and outside of Afghanistan and UNDP;

o Demonstrates ability to handle working relationships with senior officials, academics and technical experts.

• Innovation & Judgment:

o Conceptualizes and analyses problems to identify key issues, underlying problems, and how they relate;

o Generates creative, practical approaches to overcome challenging situations;

o Devises new systems and processes, and modifies existing ones, to support innovative behaviors.

• Communication:

o Demonstrates outstanding verbal and written communication skills.


Academic Qualifications:

Master’s degree in economics or finance, public policy, or related fields.

Years of experience:

5 years of progress experience in public financial management, institutional development, and senior technical advisory positions preferably with government entities

Job Location:

• Kabul








Job Location:

Afghanistan, Kabul

Submission Guideline:

Qualified candidates should submit their details, Resume and Cover Letter through our AHG portal linked with and copied below: