The International Budget Partnership (IBP): IBP Program Officer (Asia) – Open Budget Initiative Program
International Budget Partnership (IBP), Estados Unidos
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The International Budget Partnership (IBP) is based at the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities in Washington, DC. The IBP provides a range of services to help non-profit organizations analyze and influence public budgets in developing and transition countries. The IBP is seeking a Program Officer (Asia) to provide support to the Open Budget Initiative (OBI) Program. The OBI is a research and advocacy program that seeks to increase public access to budget information and inclusive and accountable budget-making. The Program Officer will report to the OBI Manager, and the Supervisor of IBP’s Open Budget Survey.
* Provide project management support for the various research activities related to the biennial Open Budget Survey;
* Provide technical assistance to a network of research institutions in approximately 100 countries to collect and fact-check data on government budgets with a focus on Asia;
* Conduct qualitative and quantitative social science research and document innovative civil society tactics and strategies to promote budget transparency reforms, and produce case studies and impact assessments;
* Conduct country assessments and work with IBP partners to develop and implement advocacy strategies to promote budget transparency reforms with a focus on Asia;
* Provide technical assistance to partners and in-country peer reviewers, and design and deliver training modules and presentations on budget transparency and accountable and inclusive budget-making with a focus on Asia;
* Engage in project management activities such as negotiating and drafting contracts with civil society partners, drafting and proofreading project correspondence, contracts, and documents, maintaining project files and a project deadline tracking system to generate progress reports.
Skills and requirements:
· Master’s degree in Public Policy or equivalent course
· Fluency in English
· 2 years professional experience conducting social science research
· 2 years professional experience working on issues related to the Asian region
· Proficiency in statistical analysis using STATA or SPSS
Salary: Commensurate with experience, excellent benefits, including two health and dental insurance options, life and long term disability insurance, retirement, flexible spending accounts and generous vacation, sick leave, and holiday schedules.
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Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled
The Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer