The Chief of Party (COP) shall be responsible for the overall management and implementation of the project and report directly to the designated Donor Agency Agreements Officer Representative (AOTR). S/he shall supervise project implementation, serve as the principle interlocutor with Donor Agency and key stakeholders including provincial governments, and ensure the project meets stated goals and reporting requirements. COP will take the leadership role in coordination among various partners, contractors and Recipient of various components of the Donor Agency’s Improving Education Quality initiative.
COP shall have an advanced degree (PhD. degree) in a relevant field from an accredited university. The Chief of Party shall have at least 10 years of experience in managing and implementing education programs in developing countries and specifically in the areas under specific tasks outlined above. 15 years of leadership and management experience is accepted in lieu of the PhD. Degree. Previous experience in Pakistan is highly desired. S/he shall have demonstrated exemplary diplomatic, management and interpersonal skills to ensure internal coherence among diverse team members, as well as relations with the GOP, donors and the international community.
Mazars is an international, integrated and independent organization, specializing in audit, accountancy, tax, legal and advisory services. As of 1st January2012, Mazars has its own offices in 69 countries, across five continents, with13, 000 professionals. Through its correspondent agreements, joint ventures and representative offices, Mazars can operate in 17 additional countries and provide its clients with professional teams, who all share the same commitment to quality and a common determination to maintain the highest technical and ethical standards.
Mazars’ always expanding portfolio of services reflects the Group’s ambition: to provide its clients, whether international corporations, Governments, Donor Funding Organizations, SMEs or individuals, with tailored and global solutions to help them achieve sustainable growth.
BearingPoint now part of Mazars Group; a different player in auditing, accounting, tax and advisory services in Pakistan Our history in Pakistan goes as far back as 1984 when we were known as KPMG Consulting. In 2001, KPMG separated its consulting division worldwide from its main accounting practice and was named BearingPoint.
We have now become a part of the Mazars Group, effective from 1 January, 2010.
Mazars Consulting in Pakistan also has a very strong regional presence and a reach that covers Afghanistan, Nepal, Indonesia, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. We have a dedicated team of professionals in both auditing and institutional strengthening areas; they are fully involved in audit-related issues and constantly deal with adaptations to international and national regulations.