Project Management and Public Sector Reform Specialist and Team Leader (international, 8 person-months intermittent)
The consultant will have a strong background in the implementation of public sector reforms and organizational development. The consultant should have at least 10 years of experience, preferably in the Pacific region, and should hold a tertiary degree, preferably a master's degree in public sector management and finance, or a related field. The consultant should have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, and be skilled in the use of consultative and participatory processes.
Human Resource Management and Organizational Change Specialist (international, 4 person-months intermittent)
The consultant will have a background appropriate to the tasks set out below, with at least 10 years of experience in public administration and organizational change, and significant experience relevant to small island states, and should hold a tertiary degree in public administration or finance.
Legal Review Specialist (international, 4 person-months)
The specialist must have a tertiary qualification in law and a background in the practice of law with a minimum of 10 years of post-qualification experience. The specialist must have extensive experience in legislative drafting, preferably in developing countries and the Pacific.
Local Government Reform Advisor (national, 12 person-months intermittent)
The advisor must have a minimum of 5 years of relevant work experience in areas related to local government reform and the implementation of change, preferably in the Cook Islands. The advisor must have experience in working in teams and in capacity building, and have good communication skills in both English and Cook Islands Te Reo Maori.
Public Sector Reform Advisor (national, 12 person-months intermittent)
The advisor must have at least 5 years of work experience in areas related to public sector reform and the implementation of reform programs. The advisor must have experience working in a team and good communication skills in both English and Cook Island Te Reo Maori.
The team leader will prepare an inception report for ADB and the government within 8 weeks of the start of field activities. It will include a time-bound TA work plan. Monthly progress reports will be submitted throughout the TA, and a draft final report will be completed 5 weeks prior to the end of the assignment. The final report is to be submitted within 2 weeks of receiving government and ADB comments on the draft final report.