Lead Adviser of Revenue Engagement, Indonesia
The Australia-Indonesia Partnership for Economic Governance (AIPEG) is a Government of Australia funded project assisting Indonesia in undertaking economic and financial policy reforms. SMEC International, the Managing Contractor, seeks applications for a qualified Lead Adviser of AIPEG’s Revenue Engagement Area for a full-time role from July 2017 until September 2018 in Jakarta, Indonesia.
The Lead Adviser will provide strategic direction, identify opportunities and manage the delivery of a complex work agenda. The Lead Adviser will have extensive experience advising senior officials and delivering reform in revenue policy and/or tax administration, with a capacity to manage a team engaged across both areas. An ability to build relationships with senior members of government, effectively communicate to a range of audiences, and provide leadership and project management skills is critical.
A copy of the Terms of Reference (TOR) and application guidelines can be downloaded from www.aipeg.or.id or by writing to email@example.com.
To be considered, applicants should submit the application form included in the TOR and a CV to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 9.00 AM (Jakarta time) on Monday, 15 May 2017. Submission of an incomplete set of required documents may result in an application being unsuccessful.
The remuneration will be set within the Adviser Remuneration Framework (ARF) which can be found on the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade website. Remuneration may be set up to a level of Discipline Group D, Job Level 4, depending on the applicant’s skills and experience.
The successful candidate will be expected to mobilise rapidly following negotiation of a contract.
Selection will be made in accordance with Government of Australia procurement rules. SMEC International is an equal opportunity employer.
AIPEG, managed by SMEC, is an Australian aid project, funded by the Australian Government
About the Organization
AIPEG is a partnership facility between the Government of Australia (through Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade) and the Government of Indonesia. AIPEG aims to improve the quality of the Indonesian Government’s economic management and through this contribute to broad based economic growth, efficient and increased revenue collection, and poverty reduction. AIPEG is responsive to the needs of a wide range of agencies responsible for its engagement policy areas. To support efforts to secure strong, sustainable, and inclusive growth through robust economic governance, AIPEG’s framework covers the macro economy and four engagement areas that are significant for Indonesia’s economic competitiveness. These are:
(i) Markets – improving product and factor market efficiency;
(ii) Finance – delivering financial stability and development;
(iii) Spending – improving the quality, delivery efficiency, and access to public services; and
(iv) Revenue – mobilising revenues without unduly impeding private activity.