Community Lead, Partnering Against Corruption Initiative (PACI)
COMMUNITY LEAD, PARTNERING AGAINST CORRUPTION INITIATIVE (PACI)
The World Economic Forum, committed to improving the state of the world, is the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation.
The Forum engages the foremost political, business and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas.
Within the Center for Global Industries team, the main objective of the Partnering Against Corruption Initiative (PACI) is to build the world’s premier community of leaders through engagement with business, government, regulatory, and civil society leaders, advancing the critical issues in the space of transparency and corruption on the global, regional, and industry agendas.
Duties and Responsibilities
• Project management and community management in view of planning and executing strategies for sustained, long-term growth of the PACI community while being able to develop content anchors in a number of reference organizations;
• Support the portfolio of existing events and activities, which include: industry-specific projects, ad hoc public-private cooperation with select Governments, and act as the Forum’s lead (or co-lead) at these events and activities. This includes the organization of all the aspects related to events and activities and designated projects ranging from administrative and logistic activities to communication (preparing documentation and presentations) and field work;
• Responsible to support and prepare strategy plans and to formulate the best path to executing these in alignment with the World Economic Forum’s objectives and PACI;
• Serve as internal point of contact within the Forum, namely the Business Engagement and Regional teams as well as Industry teams, including Investors and Financial Services
• Responsible for advanced desk-research and preparing written content for high-level policy reports (B20, G20, institutional initiatives, etc.);
• Prepare detailed, individual engagement plans for each signatory of the PACI Community while capturing their needs, wants, expectations and intentions to develop meaningful, unique services and products on a continuous basis;
• Lead all aspects related to event management in the frame of PACI’s meetings, regional deep-dives and, when required, support the team in overall event management throughout the series of annual and regional meetings.
Qualifications and Skills
• Master’s degree in a relevant discipline including law, international relations, social sciences, behavioral sciences or communication.
• Advanced degree (specialized master’s degree, master of advanced studies, second master’s degree) with subject matter expertise in the areas of anti-corruption, compliance, governance, etc. preferred, but not mandatory;
• 7-10 years of professional experience in the professional area of transparency, anti-corruption, compliance, governance etc., including a first experience in the preparation or management of flagship institutional projects and in working with leaders from international organizations, non-governmental organizations, multilateral development banks, and private sector;
• Demonstrated ability to work with government and industry leaders at the senior level, and preferably C-suite level as well as with subject matter and policy experts in academia, non-governmental organizations and in engaging government, both in developed and in developing countries;
• Expertise and experience in building communities of purpose and practice;
• Holistic, systems-thinking approach to complex problem-solving.
If you meet these requirements, please apply online.