Talent Acquisition Head at Atrios Consulting
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Manager - Public Finance - NGO (7-13 yrs)
Our Client is a leading Bengaluru based NGO
Manager - Public Finance
(Location - Bhubaneshwar)
We are looking to hire a highly motivated, passionate and committed individual to the position of Manager. The role shall be responsible for driving systemic public finance reforms by working with a range of stakeholders within and outside of the Government. The role shall be responsible for overseeing the end-to-end delivery of specific work streams, including monitoring and tracking the progress of programme delivery
The Manager should be either based in Bhubaneshwar or willing to relocate
Qualifications and Experience:
1. Master's degree or equivalent in economics, public administration, public policy, or other directly relevant fields such as accounting.
2. More than 7 years of experience in government advisory roles, public finance, and/or in a nonprofit.
3. Experience of managing programme delivery in a dynamic environment.
4. Prior knowledge of working with Government's public finance systems (IFMIS, PFMS etc) and processes is a plus.
5. A good understanding of urban governance systems and nature of fiscal decentralisation in India a plus.
6. Field based experience working with multi-cultural and geographically diverse and spread teams.
A. Programme Management:
1. Ensure workplan delivery and its planned evolution, based on evolving priorities of relevant stakeholders.
2. Build, maintain and manage relations with all stakeholders, especially Government at all levels.
B. Provide technical assistance to strengthen urban public finances and budget processes:
The Manager will guide the team on delivery of the following indicative sub-components:
1. Development of a Grants Dashboard for Housing and Urban Development Department (HUDD) - to track expenditure by all ULBs on different schemes and programmes.
2. Support to ULBs (Urban Local Bodies) budget preparation and expenditure planning processes.
B. Develop thought leadership on PFM:
1. Build knowledge products on key PFM issues for public consumption.
2. Lead diagnostics of budget processes and data to inform programme design and delivery.
3. Enable visibility of the organsiation's work and Government's good practices. For instance, document PFM best practices being followed in states and ULBs.