Friday, June 06, 2014

Vacancy in Manila: Indian officer wanted as adviser to ED in ADB

FOR director or deputy secretary level officers, here is a chance to grab a foreign post. The government has proposed to fill up the post of adviser to the Executive Director, Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippines as tenure of Assam cadre IAS Samir Kumar Sinha will come to an end. The posting will be for a period of…
three years.
Mandatory Qualifications
a) The officer must have worked for at least two years at the Centre under the Central Staffing Scheme.
b) The officer should be clear from vigilance angle.
c) The officer should not have been debarred from central deputation.
d) The officer should have at least “Very Good” Service record. However, preference will be given to officers who have “Outstanding” service record with a grading of 9 and above.
e) The officer should not be over 54 years of age.
f) The officer should not have been posted on an assignment in a foreign/captive post of the GOI, earlier.
g) The officer should not have been nominated for foreign training or should not be on training or foreign assignment, currently.
h) The officer should not be on study leave or long leave.
i) The officer should be at least one batch below the batch currently empanelled as joint secretary.

Desirable Qualifications
a) Experience in the areas related to infrastructure  development/international trade/public finance in the ministries/departments of the Government of India or in the state government.
b) Experience in externally aided projects.
c) Degree in economics/management/public finance/international trade.
The applications of the eligible candidates need to be forwarded to DoPT within one month.

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