The World Bank is inviting applications for an opening on its Inspection Panel. Members must have a deep understanding and development issues and a track record of involvement in the complexity of development projects, exposure to the private sector’s involvement in such projects, impeccable personal and professional integrity, sound judgment and intellectual rigor, a strong record of leadership and teamwork, and must be able to communicate effectively and command trust across a broad and diverse range of stakeholders. Accordingly, the ideal candidate should have:
Significant and relevant experience and education in economic, legal, social, environmental, or other development-related fields.
Outstanding credentials in his or her individual field of expertise.
A reputation for thorough and fair dealing, and the ability to remain independent, including from Bank Management and the Board, in the exercise of his or her duties.
Direct exposure to development issues and hands-on experience working in multicultural and multidisciplinary teams.
Knowledge of and experience relating to the operations of the World Bank or similar institutions.
Ability and willingness to travel to developing countries.