The IFC is looking to hire an expert for a short-term assignment to carry out the regulatory analysis and review food safety control system in Belarus with the goal to identify the main problems/issues in the current food safety regulations in the country. The expert will evaluate the existing regulatory framework in terms of its compliance with the principles of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) and propose recommendations to harmonize the current national legislation in food safety area with the international best practices.
The ideal candidate will have a strong combination of the following:
- Minimum of 5 years relevant work experience in legal area preferably with experience in the food processing sector.
- Advanced degree in law, public policy or engineering (food related).
- Experience with policy and regulatory reform projects in transition and developing economies and policy recommendation formulation.
- Strong analytical skills and experience relevant to practical understanding of the political economy of regulatory reform.
- Prior experience working in World Bank group technical assistance projects would be desirable.
- Results-oriented approach with demonstrated history of accomplishment.
- Excellent drafting, presentation and report writing skills in English.
Candidates should submit their applications (English-language cover letter and CV) by fax: (017) 222-74-40 or e-mail: CE2-BelarusMailbox@ifc.org by June, 1 2009. Only short listed candidates will be contacted