sharing in governance of extractive industries
Deadline to Apply: 9 July 2017
Transparency International Australia (TIA) is seeking an experienced consultant to develop an action plan and stakeholder engagement strategy as a follow up to research into corruption risk assessment in the awarding of mining sector permits, licences and contracts in Australia.
This mining project is part of the multi-stakeholder Mining for Sustainable Development Programme aimed at strengthening transparency and accountability in the mining sector in 19 countries around the world.
Research has been completed in Australia (Queensland and Western Australia) to identify corruption vulnerabilities and assess the risks and impacts. To progress this work, TIA requires an action plan of activities to raise awareness of the risks, and influence the mining industry and key decision-makers to address the corruption risks.
The consultant will have overall responsibility for developing the action plan of activities (based on the risk assessment report), engaging with relevant stakeholders, and preparing for the launch of the report. The consultant is expected to work closely with the TIA CEO, the Mining for Sustainable Development Programme team, other members of TIA, as well as external stakeholders/experts, to complete these tasks.
Expressions of interest addressing the selection criteria in the Terms of Reference attached, and a Curriculum Vitae, should be sent by Monday, 9 July 2017, or earlier, to the CEO, Serena Lillywhite at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please cc Ms Andrea Shaw, Program Manager, Mining for Sustainable Development at email@example.com
The successful candidate will be available from the 17 July 2017 and available to travel to Malaysia 24 – 28 July 2017.
Last updated by Norma Garza Jun 20.