Thinking of a Career in Emergency Management?
- BY Nicole Pelette
Duties will include:
• Support with quantitative and analytical inputs the work on contingent liabilities and the next phases of the infrastructure prioritization framework Infrastructure developed by The World Bank team in Singapore, particularly, on the infrastructure financing module;
• Providing analysis and advice related to infrastructure project preparation, project and financial structuring, transaction support, use of financial instruments, and project feasibility;
• Contributing to policy notes, studies, and reports on a range of infrastructure planning and finance issues and the development of infrastructure as an asset class;
• Participate in the design, preparation and dissemination of analytical work and reporting, including financial analysis, policy and project analysis, and report writing; and
• Contribute to the interpretation of analytical findings, formulation of key messages, and identification of evidence-based policy implications and recommendation.
• Master’s Degree or equivalent in Finance, Economics, Statistics or a related field, with at least 5 years of relevant work experience in the field of infrastructure financing and development.
• Technical Proficiency: Experience in infrastructure finance, financial analysis and modeling, and experience with infrastructure projects. Proven strong conceptual, analytical and quantitative skills in these areas.
• Communication and Team Skills: High level of personal and professional integrity. Client focus and commitment to results. Strong ability to function well in a multi-cultural environment and working in teams. Proven problem-solving skills and strong writing and communication skills.
• Computer Skills: Familiarity with MS Office programs, including Excel, is essential.
• Strong financial and economic modeling and quantitative skills (essential);
• Deep understanding of infrastructure trends and key issues, and experience in working with different infrastructure sub-sectors;
• Familiarity with regulatory, pricing, and other public policy issues related to infrastructure.