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Anti-Corruption Analyst, MENA (Temporary) in Paris

Anti-Corruption Analyst, MENA (Temporary) in Paris

Country: France
City: Paris
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]ACD is looking for a candidate with excellent analytical and organizational skills to support its work in cooperation with the MENA region.

The successful candidate(s) will work with a team of anti-corruption analysts and report to the MENA Team Leader and a Senior Legal Analyst, under the general supervision of the Head of Division.

The position is a 6 months temporary assignment, with the possibility of renewal.

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Main Responsibilities

Technical assistance

  • Plan and coordinate the implementation of technical assistance activities under bilateral and regional anti-corruption as well as business integrity projects in the MENA region
  • Contribute as an anti-corruption and business integrity expert to technical assistance workshops and events in the MENA region

Research, analysis, and drafting

  •  Conduct research on anti-corruption and business integrity developments and needs in the MENA region
  • Also, produce reports and other analytical products on anti-corruption and business integrity developments and needs in the MENA region
  •  Produce briefing material for OECD managers on anti-corruption as well as business integrity in the MENA region
  • In addition, support other workstreams, including the country monitoring process, as needs arise.

Liaison, representation, and communication

  •  Contribute to building and strengthening the OECD’s network of relevant anti-corruption and business integrity stakeholders in the MENA region
  •  Also, ensure effective coordination with relevant teams within the OECD.

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Applicant Requirements

Academic Background

  •  An advanced university degree in law preferably with a specialization in criminal or anti-corruption law.
  • Knowledge of corporate, tax, as well as accounting laws, would be an advantage.

Professional Background

  • A minimum of three, preferably five years’ experience with policy analysis; technical assistance; and/or criminal justice practice relating to areas covered by the WGB’s work program.
  • Knowledge of the following subjects:
    • corporate anti-corruption compliance
    • criminal investigation, prosecution, and litigation, especially in the field of anti-corruption
    • prevention and detection of corruption
  • Also, experience in dialogue with governments, the civil society, and/or the private sector, at expert and senior levels.
  •  Experience in delivering/supporting technical assistance projects in the area of anti-corruption or business integrity would be an advantage.
  • In addition, experience working on anti-corruption or business integrity in the MENA region would be an advantage.


  •  Fluency in one of the two OECD official languages (English and French) and knowledge of the other, with a commitment to reach a good working level.
  • Moreover, knowledge of Arabic would be regarded as an asset.

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Core Competencies

For this role, the following competencies would be particularly important:

  1. Analytical Thinking
  2. Achievement Focus
  3. Drafting Skills
  4. Flexible Thinking
  5. Teamwork
  6. Diplomatic Sensitivity



Type of Opportunity General Job
Deadline22 April,2022
Company NameOrganisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)



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