Italy: CLUSTER4GREEN is looking for External Auditor
The ASS.FOR.SEO a.r.l. is the Lead Beneficiary of the project "Promoting innovative clusters and value chain of SMEs for sustainable development", hereinafter referred to as "CLUSTER4GREEN", funded under the ENI CBC MED PROGRAM 2014-2020, for which it intends to proceed with the award the assignment of external verifier aimed at certifying the expenses incurred for the realization of the project.
The Company requests the presentation of candidacies by economic operators who meet the following requirements:
- Registration for at least three years in the Order of Chartered Accountants and Accounting Experts or for at least three years in the Register of Statutory Auditors;
- Knowledge of the English language sufficient to carry out the technical / administrative work of understanding, reading and drafting the documentation adopted by the program;
- Not having been subjected to preventive measures ordered by the judicial authorities provided for by Articles 6 and 67 of the Legislative Decree. 6 September 2OLL, n. 159 and subsequent amendments.
Applications will be accepted up till 20/5/2022.
Interested parties must send their applications, complete with the required declarations and curriculum vitae, to the e-mail address email@example.com or deliver all the documentation by hand, to the registered office located in Rome via G. A. Badoero 67 by and no later than 12 noon on 20/07/2022
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About the CLUSTER4GREEN PROJECT
The creation of economic opportunities through the promotion and development of the Mediterranean circular economy is the essence of CLUSTER4GREEN. In a vast part of the region, the leverage potential of circular economy is still lagging, deeply affecting the capacity of green sectors to generate wealth and jobs. CLUSTER4GREEN will take on the legacy of several previous projects that paved the way for the adoption of sustainable models of development, based on the circular concept, in industries like textile, building or smart cities. It will continue the green path with the generation of a “Common MED Circular Economy Programme” aimed at supporting both the green entrepreneurs and the local authorities responsible for the creation of an adequate green business environment. Innovative and sustainable business models will be elaborated and presented to a wide number of enterprises during specific training and assistance activities. As a final step on the green way, sustainable investment alliances will be established forging Public-Private Partnerships at national and international scale: as a result, the project will contribute to the “greening” of several Mediterranean industrial sectors at pilot level.