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Benefits ManagerHuman ResourcesLondonUnited Kingdom27 August 2014
Civil Society ManagerVice PresidencyLondonUnited Kingdom1 September 2014
Director of ResearchOffice of the Chief EconomistLondonUnited Kingdom13 August 2014
Environmental Analyst/SpecialistEnvironmentLondonUnited Kingdom8 August 2014
HR Business Partner – Resident OfficesHuman ResourcesLondonUnited Kingdom31 July 2014
Intern, MEI 6-12 month contractBankingIstanbulTurkey19 August 2014
Principal Adviser, Annual Meetings Event ManagementOffice of the Secretary GeneralLondonUnited Kingdom20 August 2014
Senior Administrative AssistantAdministrationLondonUnited Kingdom28 August 2014
EBRD’s partnerships with donors is a crucial component of the Bank’s business model and essential to promote the organisation’s transition mandate and to further transition in its Countries of Operation. The Bank’s use of grants and donor partnerships have grown in scale and complexity over time, including support to the Bank’s investments as well as for advisory services, capacity building and policy dialogue. Grants-related business involves almost every department of the Bank and takes up some 200 full time equivalent staff resources per year. Donor partnerships comprise more than 30 bilateral relationships from four continents in addition to its work with donors through its own multi-donor funds as well as with multilateral facilities belonging to the EU or global funds for climate change. DCF also need to stay abreast of best practice and the latest thinking in the international development debate, and engages in fora such as the MDB Global Partnership, etc. The EBRD Shareholder Special Fund is a vital complementary source funded from the Bank’s net income and managed by DCF, in cooperation with the Board of Directors. The Bank launched a comprehensive reform process in 2013 resulting in over 30 recommendations for change. Significant reform steps have been implemented but many vital changes remain to be operationalised in the coming years, with a view to ensure a more strategic and effective use of donor funds, explore new and more predictable funding resources, higher donor visibility and better planning and prioritisation
The purpose of the Donor Co-Financing (DCF) department is to promote strong partnerships between the EBRD and external donor organisations providing grant or concessional co-financing resources. This is achieved through structured strategic alignment between the donor community and the Bank and active engagement with partners of the Bank, and effective and efficient management and use of donor funds.
Responsibilities of the department include
  • Engaging with the Bank’s bilateral donors and working to build new donor partnerships and innovative donor-funded products that meet the Bank’s strategic needs;
  • Managing and developing the Bank’s multi-donor funds and ensure predictability both of funding and pipeline development aligned to strategic priorities;
  • Managing the Bank’s engagement in multilateral facilities such as the EU regional facilities and regional and global funds;
  • Providing policy and technical leadership in donor co-financing for climate change
  • Managing implementation of the Shareholder Special Fund Work Plan.
Senior Analyst, Enterprise Risk SystemsInformation TechnologyLondonUnited Kingdom6 June 2014
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