Transparency Intl BD Job Circular 2016



Transparency Intl BD Job Circular 2016 has been proudly announced by Transparency International Bangladesh today. Find out more on Transparency International Bangladesh Website.

Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) began its activities as a Trust in 1996. In 1998 it obtained the approval of the Government of Bangladesh for registration as a non-governmental organization. Transparency Intl BD Job Circular 2016

They are looking for smart, enthusiastic, target oriented and hard working team members to fill the following position for immediate appointment:

Post Name:

1. Deputy Programme Manager – Outreach & Communication- 01 post.

2. Area Manager – Civic Engagement- 01 post.

3. Asst. Manager, Research – Climate Finance Governance- 01 post.

4. Programme Manager, Research – Climate Finance Governance– 01 post.

Eligibility Criteria:

Educational requirements: See the job circular.

Work Experience: See the job circular.

Age: N/A

Application Procedure: See the details in the circular and candidates meeting the above requirements should apply.

Download the Application Form from the below link:

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Application Deadline: 20 August 2016

Number of Positions: 4

Job Location: Dhaka

Transparency Intl BD Job Circular 2016

Transparency Intl BD Job Circular 2016


Download the Circular Here

Only short listed candidates will be invited for interview.

TIB has since been working as a catalyst of social movement against corruption. It has elaborate research and advocacy programmes for policy change and institutional reform for creating conditions for reducing corruption and promoting good governance in Bangladesh.

Since its establishment TIB has undertaken various activities, research, information, dissemination, campaign and advocacy to bring about greater awareness amongst the general public of the nature, extent and implications of corruption in Bangladesh across all sectors public, private and non-governmental.

One of the early conclusions that TIB has reached is that fighting corruption and promoting transparent, accountable and efficient governance requires active and concerted citizen’s effort. TIB has, therefore, given priority to mobilizing and drawing support from constituencies of citizens by forming watchdog bodies Committees of Concerned Citizens (CCCs) as a deterrent force against corruption, not only in key sectors of public service. Find out more on Transparency International Bangladesh Website.