- Are you a consulting firm interested in working in Asia and the Pacific? Check out ADB’s new selection process that aims to cut recruitment time by half or more. Watch the video.
- ADB is launching a new and simpler method to engage consulting firms more quickly and efficiently. Watch the video to learn more about how to apply for these opportunities.
- ADB is piloting a new way of recruiting consulting firms that will save time and money for our clients and projects to deliver development impact, reaching more people in our region in less time. Watch the video.
Are you a consulting firm interested in working with ADB? ADB has a launched a new pilot selection method for recruiting consulting firms, known as simplified consultants’ qualifications selection (SCQS). It aims to cut recruitment times by half or more. Opportunities using SCQS are now being advertised on ADB’s website. Watch this video to learn more.
Good news for consulting firms interested to work with the Asian Development Bank.
ADB is piloting a new and simpler method to engage consulting firms that aims to cut recruitment times by half, or more.
Simplified Consultants’ Qualification Selection, or SCQS, is a single-stage and fully electronic recruitment process.
Opportunities using SCQS are now being advertised on ADB’s website for consulting firms interested in doing business with us.
As consultants, you’ll save time by putting your best people and ideas forward through a simpler process without too much paperwork.
You’ll also hear the results from us faster. And, if you’re successful, you can expect a faster process to sign a contract and get your experts on the ground to solve key development challenges for our clients.
New initiatives like SCQS will save time – and money – for ADB’s clients to deliver schools, lights, clean water, healthcare, roads and much more.
To reach more people of our region in less time.
Log into the ADB website and and apply for an SCQS opportunity today.