Young Professional Officer-XIV

Details of the internship

Young Professional Officer-XIV

KP REVENUE MOBILIZATION & PUBLIC RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (KP Revenue Mobilization & Public Resource Management Program, Finance Deptt, KP )
  • Following Domiciles Candidates Can Apply:
    Peshawar, Mardan, Charsadda, Bannu, Dera Ismail Khan, Dir Upper, Dir Lower, Abbottabad, Battagram, Buner, Chitral Lower, Hangu, Haripur, Karak, Kohat, Kohistan Upper, Lakki Marwat, Malakand, Mansehra, Nowshera, Shangla, Swabi, Swat, Tank, Tor Ghar, Kohistan Lower, Bajaur, Khar, Khyber, Kurram, Mohmand, North Waziristan, Orakzai, South Waziristan, FR Bannu, FR Dera Ismail Khan, FR Kohat, FR Lakki Marwat, FR Peshawar, FR Tank, Kolai Pallas, Chitral Upper
  • Post Date: Mar 28, 2024
  • Apply Before: Apr 08, 2024
  • Applications 15
  • Archived
Project PC-1

Internship Detail

  • Offered Salary PKR 25,000
  • Slots 1
  • Experience Fresh

Contact Details


Required Qualification

  • Bachelors Degree (4 Years) in Business Administration
  • Bachelors Degree (4 Years) in Commerce
  • Bachelors Degree (4 Years) in Finance
  • Masters Degree in Business Administration
  • Masters Degree in Commerce
  • Masters Degree in Finance


1. Vision 1.1 The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Spending Effectively for Enhanced Development should be known as a provider of an excellent Internship Program for young graduates. 2. Definition of Internship 2.1 Commitment to provide short-term supervised work experience usually related to a student’s specific field of study or career aspirations. 2.2 The program will combine practical work experience with a structured learning experience through specific briefs aimed at achieving identified objectives of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Spending Effectively for Enhanced Development. 3. Objectives 3.1 The Policy aims to help young graduates in different fields to develop their intellectual skills and provide them experience that encourage them to become contributing, caring members of their communities and also make them acquainted with functioning of the government machinery. 3.2 Due consideration should be given to ensuring: (a) Interns are adequately supported to ensure excellence; (b) Continuous monitoring and evaluation are provided to ensure added value and enhancement of Project’s reputation; (c) Positive experience for Interns; 4. Eligibility Criteria The criteria for the selection of intern will include: Degree (16 & 18 years of Education) in various disciplines as per requirement. The PMU will upload ToRs on Official website of Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and candidates will apply as per internship policy of Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. YPOs will be hired as per Internship Policy of the Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. 5. Benefits 5.1 Interns will be offered an honorarium of Rs. 25,000/- per month. 5.2 During the period of internship, Interns will be allowed casual leaves of two days a month (in addition to Saturdays, Sundays, Public holidays). 6. Title of Intern 6.1 By title, an intern will be regarded as “Young Professional Officer”. This shall be treated as official designation of the intern especially on his internship ID card, certificates and other official correspondence. 7. Obligations of the Intern 7.1 The Intern will demonstrate willingness to participate fully and actively in the learning experience by planning their program of work with their supervisor. 7.2 The Intern will participate in the introduction and orientation program of the Project. 7.3 An Intern is required to conduct themselves at all times in a manner that will not be detrimental to the image and standing of the Project. 7.4 The Project reserves the right to terminate an internship without notice if the required standards of behaviour and code of conduct are not met. 7.5 An Intern is required to keep confidential all information including unpublished information made known to him/her during the period of Internship. 7.6 At the end of the internship program, with the assistance of his/her supervisor, the Intern will complete a report on his/her assignment. 7.7 An Intern is required to discuss his/her progress regularly with his/her supervisor. 8. Obligations of the Project 8.1 The Project will provide the Intern with a conducive working environment and working space. 8.2 The Project will provide requisite equipment for the term of the Internship. 8.3 The Project will pay the Intern monthly for the duration of the Internship. 9. Quota 9.1 The offered opportunities will have 50% weightage for females.

Project Details

The Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has been engaged with World Bank for Result Based Financing intervention; “To Improve Revenue Mobilization and Public resource management”. The program includes two major components: Component I- Program for Results has been prepared for USD $100 million, which includes indicators for reform initiatives and corresponding targets, which will trigger the disbursements to provincial government as result of achievements of targets across 5 years of the program. 1.1 Efficient Revenue Mobilization: 1.1.1 STS Compliance: % registered taxpayers who filed their returns in past year 1.1.2 Database integration in tax administration 1.1.3 UIPT surveys (# of cities with updated surveys, valuations and digitized UIPT records 1.2 Public Resource Management: 1.2.1 Cash management based on regular consolidation of cash balances and regular cash plans 1.2.2 Improved management of Pension Fund assets & liabilities 1.2.3 % of ADP funds allocated to unapproved projects 1.2.4 # of TMAs using FMIS to record transactions Component 2- Technical Assistance and Capacity Building: 2.1 Providing Foundational Support for e- Government Functionality The objective of this component is to improve the GoKP’s e-Government functionality and equip them to facilitate administrative processes in a few selected government departments. The Program will support the government to undertake a review of the full business processes in selected departments to determine the current state (“as is”), propose an action plan for the expected state (“to be”), and provide end to end automation for administrative processes in a few selected departments. This component will finance activities related to business process mapping, automation of government administrative processes, and provision of the requisite ICT equipment and infrastructure for implementation. 2.2 Program Coordination and Support The objective of this sub-component is to support Program coordination and implementing departments to undertake their activities in a timely manner enabling them to achieve the targeted outcomes. The sub-component will finance the following activities: a) Program Coordination b) Capacity Building c) Communications and Stakeholder outreach d) Program Monitoring, Evaluation and Verification e) Third Party Verification, f) Internal Audit,