Your procurement decisions can transform the lives of Syrian refugees.
Starting salary at 239,400/295,320 TRY (tax free) + Benefits
(Two-year locally recruited temporary staff contract with possibility of renewal)
Are you highly experienced in international procurement for public sector investment projects? Do you have a background in the health, social housing, urban development and infrastructure and/or water management sectors? Then you can play a central part in the Strengthening Health Care Infrastructure for All (SHIFA) project within the Facility for Refugees in Turkey (FRIT). Managed by the CEB and financed by the EU via a €90 million grant, the project will transform healthcare services in Turkish provinces with a high density of Syrian refugees.
Bringing together 42 member countries, the CEB finances and responds to emergency situations and actively enhances the living conditions of the most disadvantaged groups. Strengthening social cohesion and building thriving communities in Europe and beyond, we drive inclusive growth, bolster economic sustainability – and create exceptional careers.
Responsible for all aspects of SHIFA procurement, you will significantly strengthen the management team in our Project Office - Ankara. Dealing with the technical aspects of procurement at all stages of the project lifecycle, you will analyse documentation, check compliance with national legislation and our own guidelines, and draft pre-and post-evaluation reports with clear and considered recommendations. Equally importantly, you will provide expert advice on best practice, prepare statistics and reports on purchasing activity, create training materials on tender processes and actively improve our procedures – so you will have a crucial role to play in protecting the EU’s investment.
To join us, you should possess:
- A postgraduate qualification in procurement, law, supply chain management, engineering or business administration.
- Deep understanding of public procurement principles, including tender preparation, offers evaluation, reporting and contract management.
- Good knowledge of EU public procurement procedures.
- Full fluency in English and Turkish, preferably backed by some command of French.
- A strong background in implementing international best practice in construction tendering and contracting strategies (ideal but not essential).
In return, you can expect an excellent tax-free salary and a comprehensive package of benefits, including dependent child allowance based on eligibility, medical insurance, leaving allowance at the end of appointment with CEB (when less than 10 years of service).
Applications should be made in English or French using the Council of Europe Development Bank online application system at https://ceb.profils.org before the deadline of 24 January 2021.
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