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Extended Term Consultant (ETC) - Macroeconomics, Trade And Investment (MTI) At The World Bank Group

The World Bank Group - Established in 1944, the WBG is one of the world's largest sources of funding and knowledge for development solutions. In fiscal year 2017, the WBG committed $59 billion in loans, grants, equity investments and guarantees to its members and private businesses, of which $19 billion was concessional finance to its poorest members. It is governed by 188 member countries and delivers services out of 120 offices with nearly 15,000 staff located globally. Job Title: Extended Term Consultant (ETC)Job #: req782Location: Abuja, NigeriaSector: EconomicsGrade: EC2Term Duration: 1 year 0 monthsRecruitment Type: Local RecruitmentDescriptionThe World Bank Country Office in Nigeria is seeking a highly organized, energized and experienced professional, capable of operating effectively in a very demanding and fast-paced environment to serve as a consultant in the Macroeconomics, Trade and Investment (MTI) Global Practice on an Extended-Term Consultancy contract spanning one year (with possibility of extension for another year).Nigeria has one of the biggest portfolio of the World Bank Group in the Africa region. In this context, the MTI Global Practice has an expanding and critical work program (both analytical and operational), in helping the WBG meet the development needs of the country, in a particularly dynamic environment.The Consultant will work in the MTI Global Practice team for Nigeria (comprised of local and international economists based in Abuja and Washington, DC) to provide substantive research, analytical and statistical assistance in support of the work program.In particular, s/he will support the implementation of the Nigeria Subnational Fiscal Management Support task, which aims to establish a strong evidence base to support the Bank’s policy dialogue with the Government of Nigeria (GoN) on strengthening subnational fiscal management; as well as support the design and implementation of Bank operations aiming to strengthen subnational fiscal management and performance, including the State Fiscal Transparency, Accountability and Sustainability (SFTAS) project as well as other state-level operations.Team and ReportingThe selected candidate will work closely with the Nigeria MTI team and in particular the task team leaders of the subnational fiscal work program.S/he will be supervised day-to-day by the task team leaders and will formally report to the MTI Practice Manager.S/he will and liaise with other members of the country team as needed.Roles and ResponsibilitiesThe Consultant will be involved in the execution of the following tasks and will be expected to produce deliverables with limited supervision and guidance:Development of the Bank’s subnational fiscal and debt database with more recent and additional state data and development of a local government module;Aggregate subnational fiscal and debt analyses, including fiscal projections and simulations, and preparation of relevant write-ups (in form of technical notes, policy notes, presentations, reports) using the Bank’s databases and other data sources;Analysis of state and local government revenue collection, including the development and application of a methodology to estimate Internally-Generated Revenue (IGR) potential in individual states, in collaboration with the Nigerian Governor’s Forum (NGF) secretariat and respective state governments;Analysis of intergovernmental fiscal and administrative arrangements between state and local governments to better understand the roles and responsibilities of local governments in fiscal management;Analytical support to MTI task teams in the preparation and oversight of sub-national lending operations;Analytical support to other workstreams in the Nigeria MTI work program which covers the subnational tier of government; for example, the Domestic Resource Mobilization engagement and macro-fiscal monitoring  Apply at

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