Title: Chief of Party, Libya
Location: Based in Tripoli, Libya, with occasional short-term travel to Tunis.
Start Date: Immediate, this is a newly funded project
The Pragma Corporation seeks a Chief of Party (COP) for the USAID-funded Libya Public Financial Management (LPFM) project. The LPFM project is a 5-year initiative being implemented by Pragma. LPFM works with public and private stakeholders to build a foundation for sustainable and inclusive growth in Libya through a multi-pronged strategy that will: (1) strengthen and improve the transparency and responsiveness of public financial management (PFM) practices in select municiplaities and central government institutions; (2) advance the modernization, efficiency, and reliability of the electricity sector, (3) increase the quality and availability of basic public services (primary healthcare, solid waste management, and primary education) through a more effective, responsive, and decentralized public service delivery system; and (4) facilitate the establishment of an invigorated business-enabling environment that stimulates private sector growth and job creation. All project activities are aimed at advancing Libya's stability and its journey to self-reliance.
The COP will be based in Libya with occasional short-term travel to Tunis.
Libyan nationals are encouraged to apply
The COP’s Responsibilities include:
Pragma offers competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package
How to Apply: Interested applicants should submit their CV and a brief cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate “COP LPFM, Libya” in the email subject line. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
This position is Open until filled.
About the organization:
The Pragma Corporation is an international development firm headquartered in the Washington DC area. With more than a quarter-century of development experience worldwide, involving more than 600 projects, we provide expert technical and management consulting services to such donor organizations as the United States Agency for International Development, the Asian Development Bank and the World Bank. Our areas of specialization include Small and Medium Enterprise Development; Accounting Reform, Training, and Examination; Regulatory Reform and Business Environment Improvement; Agribusiness Development; Capital and Financial Market Development; WTO Accession; Customs Reform and Cross-Border Trade; and Regional Trade Promotion.