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Department for International Development – DFID India Job

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Manager, Financial Management Team (FMT) – India

Brief description:

Staff Appointed in Country (SAIC) terms and conditions

As Manager FMT you will play a critical role in ensuring DFID’s resources are spent well in India. You will be responsible for providing relevant and timely financial information to Senior Management in India and in DFID’s headquarters, to help them in their strategic decision making.

Reference: DFIDJOBS-0081

Closing date: 03 August 2011

Interview date: Not Specified

Number of vacancies: 1

Salary: – Annual – refer to the job description

Location: New Delhi

Appointment Terms: Permanent

Working Arrangements: Full time

Specific requirements: Three years, with an option to extend subject to agreed business need

To apply – Visit the DFID Website and follow the instructions given in the application form.

Background

Despite India’s rapid economic growth, there are still substantial development challenges in the poorer parts of India. DFID India is responsible for a programme of development cooperation with Indian partners worth £280 million per year. Focused mainly on the states of Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, and West Bengal, the programme includes work in health, education, governance, infrastructure, rural livelihoods, and urban development.  In all these areas, we focus particularly on women and girls. A new programme of work to support private sector development is being designed. There is an innovative cross-departmental unit on climate change housed within DFID.

DFID India works in partnership with government, international organisations, and civil society. The 90 staff based in our New Delhi office (co-location with the British High Commission is planned for 2012) work with the Government of India on nationwide programmes, and with governments in a number of states with particular poverty needs. Two State Offices provide support and local knowledge.

Download the application form from the DFID Website

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