Call for Experts - Regulatory Reform, Brazil
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Project Overview and Role:
Palladium seeks Technical Experts for the anticipated FCO-funded project in Brazil. The purpose of the project is to support the improvements to the Brazilian regulatory environment. The objective is to create a structure in Brazil that will better align regulatory practices with the reality of the business environment and improve how the Brazilian Government manages and treats non-tariff barriers to trade (NTBs) and the generation of more transparent processes.
We are seeking technical specialists in the following areas:
- Expertise in regulatory reform and national standards policies including specifics of Brazil regulatory regime.
- Experts in international best practice in legal reform
- Expertise in regulatory cooperation initiatives and convergence between countries on regulatory matters including experience in designing a methodology for identifying key goods sectors that would benefit from regulatory convergence
- Expertise in assessing regulatory impact and redesigning regulatory reform
- Experience in regulatory Guillotine methodology
- Expertise working with trade in service and e-commerce is desirable
- Experience implementing International Conference on Harmonization of Technical Requirements for Registration of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use(ICH) Guidelines is desirable
- Experience in institutional capacity building
- Studies in relevant technical area is desirable
- Strong development experience in designing, implementing, or managing FCO or other donor-funded development programs
- Significant experience in key areas listed above with proven ability to achieve program targets
- Strong ability and desire to work collaboratively with governmental bodies in Brazil, local partners, the private sector, and international donors
- Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity
- Excellent written and oral communication skills in English and Portuguese
- Experience in Brazil and wider region is highly desirable