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Alejandro dijo...

A proposito de OECD, esto puede ser interesante para Uds. y sus lectores:

Competition Division

2 Senior Experts in Competition Policy

The OECD is looking for two Senior Experts to work on a major policy initiative in Mexico that applies competition policy to governmental regulation and helps develop new policies in many parts of the economy.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

As part of a co-operative project between the OECD and the Mexican government, they will be key members of a 12-person team of experts associated with Mexico's independent competition authority, the Federal Competition Commission (CFC). The team, based in Mexico, will work directly with the Chairman of the CFC to develop proposals to eliminate unnecessary restrictions of competition in various laws and regulations. The CFC's proposals will be at the core of a Presidential effort to develop new policies to increase the competitiveness of the Mexican economy. A variety of sectors will be covered.
The two OECD experts on the Competition Team will be OECD employees, working as full-time members of their team in Mexico City but ultimately reporting to and supervised by the Competition Division in Paris. In addition, the Senior Experts will be responsible for using their experience to revise, update and improve the OECD's Competition Assessment Toolkit, an important element of the Competition Committee's programme of work.

The positions would be subject to standard OECD hiring processes and salary would be determined according to standard OECD scale for Mexico. Base salary would range
between 978 and 1.3m pesos, depending on the applicant's background, plus other standard OECD benefits.

The start date would be as soon as possible and positions would run for at least one year or longer (up to the end of 2009)depending on the successful candidate's availability and interest. The Mexican Government hopes that the project will be able to continue through 2011, but continuation will depend upon results from the first two years of operation.


JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

The successful candidates would likely have advanced degrees in microeconomics or law and extensive practical policy-oriented professional experience. Experience working in a teamwork environment would be valuable.

Spanish language competency is desirable, but not essential.




APPLICATIONS/FURTHER INFORMATION:

We are an equal opportunity employer and we encourage all qualified candidates to apply.

The positions are advertised as positions for Senior Competition Experts at:

http://erecruit.oecd.org/index.html

The vacancy number is 2405. The closing date for

applications, which should be made electronically, is
Jan 31, 2008.

For further information, please feel free to contact:

CONTACT: Bernard Phillips
Email:
MAILTO:bernard.phillips@oecd.org
Tel: +33 (0)1 4524 9139
or
CONTACT: Sean Ennis
Email:
MAILTO:sean.ennis@oecd.org
Tel: +33 (0)1 4524 9655


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